Apple’s iPhone 6 has been leaked in various stages of development. A couple of weeks back we even saw what we though was the front of the box and a potential manual for the handset. Those images turned out to be an elaborate fake but now we think a new one might be the real deal.
French website NoWhereElse, a trusted source for leaks, has supplied new images of the iPhone 6 manual that seem to match up with the full handset leaks we’ve seen before. The manual is a small card that will reportedly ship inside the iPhone 6 box to act as some instructions for the phone.
The only image we have is of the front of the card that shows a diagram of the phone with all the hardware buttons marked.
From this we can gather that the power button has been moved to the right hand side, it’s now easier to reach as the phone has increased in size. Touch ID and the home button are still in the same position, as is the lightning connector on the bottom. No other specs are mentioned on the manual, it’s very basic but that’s in keeping with Apple’s minimalist style.
One thing to note is the date on the homescreen. It states September 9, the day Apple is preparing to launch something big. The start time of 9:41 is a little strange but it may not have anything to do with the launch date at all.
For more details about the iPhone 6 be sure to head on over to our round-up piece. Rumours have suggested there will even be a 128GB version of the handset, and we also saw the phone's camera details in full last week.
Former phone-leaker Evan Blass (AKA @EvLeaks) also shared with us his reasons why he’s actually excited about Apple’s new handsets.