iPhone 6 Rumors Roundup – Coming September 9th Bigger & Faster

1 Flares Facebook 0 Twitter 0 Google+ 0 Pin It Share 0 StumbleUpon 1 1 Flares ×

Apple’s next-generation iPhone 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch are going to be launched. This iPhone 4.7-inch models will be released on September 2014. The 5.5-inch models may be released later. This iPhone 6 includes 4.7-inch display screens which is larger than iPhone 5, iPad, iPad mini and iPad air. Due to this larger display screen, Apple acknowledged high consumer demand.

Rumored Size of iPhone 6 compared to iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPad Air

Rumored Size of iPhone 6 compared to iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPad Air

The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 may feature a durable sapphire display and a 128GB storage capacity. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be considerably thinner than the current iPhone 5s, and has 6.9 mm thick, 138 mm long, and 66 mm wide. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 has 7.1 mm thick, 158 mm long, and 78 mm wide. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 includes front panel and rear shell which are assembled together to make a solid look. The iPhone 6 will adopt redesigned speaker holes, a round True Tone flash, an embedded Apple logo, and a relocated right-side power button for easier one-handed use.

The glossy 4.7-inch iPhone 6 front panel has thinner bezels and slightly tapered, rounded edges that will fit tightly with the rear shell. The front panel attaches directly to a display assembly. The front panel and display assembly are attached along with the layout of several internal parts including the digitizer/LCD flex cables and earpiece, the front camera, and the proximity/ambient light sensors. The display assembly includes the backlight panel. Both the front panel and the display assembly are designed to connect seamlessly to the rear shell of the device.

iPhone 6

iPhone 6

Other internal parts include the logic board, battery, Touch ID module, Lightning port assembly, home button, and various flex cables that connect everything together. Along with iPod touch-style rounded corners, the iPhone 6 is expected to take additional design cues from the iPod and the iPad. Part leaks have suggested the iPhone 6 volume/mute buttons and will be elongated and pill-shaped much like those on the iPad, and the iPhone 6 power button is expected to shift from the top of the device to the right hand side in order to make one-handed usage easier. The iPhone 6 flex cable leaks have pointed towards separate flex cables for the volume buttons and the power button, which is consistent with a shift in the location of the power button.

iPhone 6

iPhone 6

Similar to the iPad, the iPhone 6 is expected to gain an embedded Apple logo in the rear shell of the device for aesthetic purposes. The inner bottom of the rear shell will house the Lightning port, the home button, and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The iPhone 6 flex cable that powers the Lightning port, the headphone jack, and the microphone has surfaced and it looks very similar to the same part found in the iPhone 5s aside from dual screw holes near the headphone jack. These screws line up with the screw holes found in the iPhone 6 rear shell.

The iPhone 6 Touch ID sensor looks similar to the sensor found in the iPhone 5s, but it does have relocated screw holes to fit into the iPhone 6 casing. The Touch ID sensor in the iPhone 6 may be more durable than the iPhone 5’s version; because of it is made of using tin. The logic board will fit into the rear shell of the iPhone 6, housing the A8 processor, flash module, touch screen controller, power management chip, etc.

iPhone 6 Side View

iPhone 6 Side View

Though several components are covered by electromagnetic shielding, the SIM slot, connectors for flex cables, a WiFi module, and a flash storage chip from Toshiba are visible. In iphone 6 also apple going to use Low Temperature Poly Silicon (LTPS) technology. Apple’s iPhone 6 will reportedly utilize a 20-nanometer A8 chip from TSMC, which will be both smaller and more energy efficient. The camera improvements might be found in the iPhone 6.

  • Facebook
1 Flares Facebook 0 Twitter 0 Google+ 0 Pin It Share 0 StumbleUpon 1 1 Flares ×