As Apple is preparing for September 9 when the iPhone 6 will debut, the phone's production is going at full speed. As a result, we can take a glimpse at the final assembly of the iPhone 6's front panel.
One of the most anticipated new features of the iPhone 6 is the long-rumored sapphire display. However, it's not apparent if it takes part in these final assembly shots. The photos in question portray the 4.7" version, but there are also rumors of a 5.5" phablet that could potentially be announced next month or later in the Fall.
In one of the photos, you can see how the iPhone 6 with its 4.7" display sits in the hands. The display is rumored to pack a resolution of 960 x 1,704 pixels. We've witnessed a slew of dummy units of the phone, with a recent one having the following dimensions – 137.5 x 67 x 7mm. For reference, the iPhone 5s is 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6 mm.
We also reported on a Chinese ad flyer, which displays both the 4.7" and 5.5" iPhone 6 variants and their respective prices - $850 (RMB 5,288) and $1012 (RMB 6,288). September 9 is less than a month away, so Apple should better be ready and have the iPhone 6 assembly line working 100%.
i love it!
Yupp. Just like S4 to S5, the bezel gets bigger than previously.
I think it's good for Apple to make the design more or less the same as their previous stuff so that their phone won't be "outdated" easily (iPhone 4S still isn't considered outdated yet, still selling at the retail stores), unlike Samsung,...