Feld & Volk are back with a handful of new images showing off components said to belong to Cupertino’s upcoming “iPhone 6.” The pictures (via MacRumors) include images of a completed rear shell, including a “scratch-resistant” Apple logo.
The rear shell is said to belong to a 4.7-inch “iPhone 6” handset, and it includes redesgined volume button cut-outs, an Apple logo made out of “a very extraordinary” scratch-resistant metal (which could be a Liquidmetal alloy), and a 6.66-mm external camera ring.
Finally, the set of parts includes a long flexible cable previously seen in another photo leak. As with the previous leak, Feld & Volk speculates that it could be for the home button, but given its length we wonder if it is actually a flex cable for an upcoming iPad.
Further images are included below:
The volume button cut-outs.
The device’s external camera ring.
Apple’s “iPhone 6” should be unveiled next month at a dedicated iPhone event. It’s expected to come in two sizes: 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. In addition, a sapphire-coated display, an Apple A8 processor, and further under-the-hood performance improvements should also feature in the device.
We’ll keep you updated with further information as we receive it.