Here’s something for the iPhone 6 hardware spec sheet. French website iGen.fr has posted images of what looks like schematics of the iPhone 6 (both 4.7 and 5.5-inch models). Accompanying the schematics is concrete information about the dimensions of iPhone 6.

The crux of the info is that one of the prototypes of 5.5″ iPhone 6 is 7.7mm thick (about the same as current iPhone 5s). And the 4.7″ iPhone 6 will be about 6.9mm thin. Both the devices seem to feature a protruding camera lens and yes, the white bands on the back panel seem to be retained.

5.5 Inch iPhone 6 Panel PhotosThe schematics have prototype device names. N61 is the 4.7″ iPhone 6. N56 is the 5.5″ iPhone 6.

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N61 (4.7″) is shown to span these figures: length: 138mm; width: 66mm; thickness: 6.9mm  iPhone 6 Size RumorsN56 (5.5″)’s dimensions go something like this: length: 158mm; width: 78mm; thickness: 7.7mm; iPhone 6 Dimensions In comparison, here’s iPhone 5s: length: 123mm; width: 58mm; thickness: 7.6mm; iPhone 6 Dimensions of 4.7-Inch and 5.5-Inch VersionsThe thickness of the camera protruding out of the body of the iPhone 6 is about 0.6mm. It’s surprising that the larger iPhone 6 is still going to be just as thin as the iPhone 5s.

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There seems to have been a lighter/thinner prototype of the 5.5″ iPhone 6 but it’s probably replaced by the heavier one. Speaking of weight, the 5.5″ model is said to weigh around 184.6g.

These are schematics that prominently feature a Foxconn logo on them. MacRumors, through iGen.fr, says that these were leaked by a Foxconn contact.

The protrusion in the camera is a feature in both the iPhone 6 models. But that is not the only thing odd. The white bands on the rear panel shown in various photos and mockups are most likely true. The bands, according to some sources, are for enhanced Wi-fi and network reception.

The leaks come in the wake of reports from Reuters and other publications about how Apple had to halt production in June and July when it had to abandon the thin backlit screens.