Leaked Images Reveal 'Latest' Design and Schematics for the iPhone 6?

A new set of iPhone 6 renders have surfaced online which claim to show the 'latest' design and schematics for Apple's upcoming smartphone. The images were found on the Chinese WeiFeng network and allegedly originated from Apple's supply chain. They are said to represent the current, official design of the iPhone 6.

Google Translation:

A major change is that some of the physical location of the keys. From the figure we can clearly see that the power button has been moved to the right side of the fuselage, which is supposed to allow users to adapt to a sense of grip due to changes caused by the big screen. The left side of the fuselage, were mute button, and volume keys. We can clearly see that change volume keys, using a similar iPod touch 5-generation pills like buttons, rather than iPhone 5s round buttons. Look at the flash, once again return to the circular design iPhone 5 flash instead of iPhone 5s oval shape. In addition, the back is still taking three-design. 

Most of these images are similar to what we've already seen; however, the rear shell rendering is more detailed than previously shown. 

Apple is said to be released a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 as early as August. Is this really going to be the design of the new smartphone? Let us know what you think in the comments!


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