Every day, new details about the iPhone 6 find their way onto the internet.
Today, pictures were leaked claiming to be from inside the Chinese factory assembling the iPhone 6, showing detailed measurements, schematics and behind the scenes information.
This week we’ve seen some of the most detailed images yet of both the 4.7″ and 5.5″ versions of the Apple’s next generation smartphone.
So as the tech giant’s biggest launch of the year draws near, here’s a roundup of everything we know – and think we know – so far.
Will there be more than one iPhone model?
We’re expecting Apple to release two models of iPhone 6 with 4.7″ and 5.5″ screen sizes – though it’s not certain they’ll both be released at the same time.
There’s been talk of a delay between the two versions – either because of delays in the supply chain, or as a deliberate move to prevent competition between the devices when they hit stores.
There’ll be the usual storage capacity and colour option. While it’s thought the space gray/black and white/silver colourways will remain, the fate of the gold version isn’t certain.
There’s also speculation that the super-strong sapphire crystal display will be reserved for a premium, more expensive model.
We’re expecting an announcement event on September 9th, with iPhones hitting stores soon – perhaps as soon as a week or two after. Though initial estimates suggested the release date wouldn’t be until mid-October.
If the rumours of a staggered release for the two models are correct, we can expect to see the larger version about a month later.