ElekWorld put up photos of what it claims to be iPhone 6 parts. A whole bunch of internals have been put up on the website. This includes what’s possibly a True Tone flash assembly, the dock connectors and flex cables, the home button assembly, the SIM tray and more.
What’s particularly interesting about the leak is that the photos also include some iPhone 6L (the 5.5″ iPhone) parts. Could this hint at a simultaneous launch of both the 4.7″ and the 5.5″ iPhone? Possibly.
By way of a leak, this doesn’t amount to much. We know that the iPhone 6 is going to feature a lightning dock, a Touch ID etc. We also know – thanks to shell leaks – that the flash is going to be circular as opposed to the pill-shaped dual-LED flash we see in the iPhone 5s.
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The flash component is supposedly True-Tone. That calls for even better, natural lighting in low-light scenes. Folks who have used the iPhone 5s flash already know that it’s one of the best flash systems around.
What piques our interest is this: these parts leak en mass usually when they are being mass-produced, almost close to the release/launch dates of the devices. Since there are parts belonging to the 5.5″ iPhone 6 too, it could mean that the larger iPhone 6 would launch alongside the 4.7″ model too.
The recent photos from ElekWorld might paint a different picture. If this possibility turns out to be true, the 5.5″ iPhone 6 release date should fall somewhere in the week of September 19th, following a launch on September 9th.
Apple is purportedly set to launch the iPhone 6 (4.7″) on September 9 at a media event, according to Re/code.
To keep a tab on all things iPhone 6 leading up to the D-Day, make sure you follow our blog. This iPhone 6 tag page should be helpful.