The highly-anticipated iPhone 6 has surfaced yet again, this time posing for the camera next to the current iPhone 5S and the HTC One M8.
The next-generation iPhone 6 has leaked extensively as of late, starring in new leaks on an almost daily basis. The iPhone 6 is widely expected to come in two large-screen models, one with a 4.7-inch panel and the other with a massive 5.5-inch display. So far, the 4.7-inch model has been front and center, and the latest leak is no different.
Aside from the larger display, the new iPhone 6 is also expected to come with a higher QHD resolution, which would mark a notable improvement over the current iPhone 5S flagship. Other rumored specs include an Apple A8 processor, a Touch ID fingerprint reader, enhanced 4G LTE, NFC, wireless charging, and more.
The latest leak out of Korea (via GforGames) now shows the purported 4.7-inch iPhone 6 next to the iPhone 5S and the HTC One M8 (see image above), giving us a better look at how the devices compare in terms of size.
The source of this leak doesn't mention whether this is a dummy unit or the real device, but the lack of the Apple logo on the back suggests that it's a dummy. Nevertheless, the design seems to fall in line with previous leaks and rumors, showing a thin profile and a notably larger screen.
Additionally, a number of other images of the purported iPhone 6 have also surfaced online on a Japanese site, showing the device from all angles to offer an even better look at its design. The handset pictured in these images features the same rounded design we've seen with previous leaks, and the Apple logo still seems to be missing from the back of the unit. Consequently, this seems to be a dummy unit as well.
Nothing is official at this point, but anticipation for the next-generation iPhone is already building up with each passing day. The iPhone 6 is expected to make its debut in September, rocking the latest iOS 8, and it is one of the most highly-anticipated devices of this year. Until official confirmation, however, take all such leaks and rumors with a grain of salt.