A new video may have given us our best look at the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 so far, as anticipation builds ahead of the phone’s debut on September 9th.
Put together by Russian YouTuber Rozetked and brought to wider attention by The Verge, the clip shows what looks like a very polished, market-ready version of the next-gen iPhone in Space Grey next to the current 5S edition.
That's despite the fact that the 'iPhone 6' handset we're looking at was in fact self-assembled from all the leaked parts doing the rounds.
As even a cursory look at the video tells you, present and correct is pretty much everything we’ve learned about the iPhone 6 from months of leaks, bearing out talk of a wholly new design with more rounded edges and a repositioned on-off button.
The clip also confirms the handset’s improved camera module will protrude a bit more than before and that the back is adorned with horizontal antenna bands.
There’s much talk too in the video of how the rear-mounted Apple logo is fashioned from a metal alloy that apparently makes it nigh-on impervious to scratches.
Alongside the 4.7-inch edition, Apple is this year expected to unveil a 5.5-inch variant, which could feature more processing brawn and a better camera and would mark the tech giant’s first ever move into the so-called phablet market.
Both handsets are also thought to support a rethought Lightning Cable for recharging and syncing data via USB.
The cable’s big sell is that it is home to a floating connector that means there’s no longer a ‘right’ way to put the cable into a USB port.