Smartphones have changed a lot since the first iPhone ushered in the era of touchscreen slabs back in 2007. Smartphones are now faster, boast more RAM, and have massive HD resolution displays. Apple's been stubborn about releasing an iPhone with a larger screen, but it looks like the company's finally going to do it.
While Apple's iPhone 6 isn't expected to arrive until later this year, that hasn't stopped leaks from popping up all over the place. Following a case leak earlier this week, we now have what could be the first look at the iPhone 6's design.
The ever reliable Nowhereelse.fr has unearthed a video from 86Digi showing off a mockup/dummy model of what is believed to be the iPhone 6. While the validity of the mockup can't be confirmed, it does sport design changes that fall in line with recent iPhone 6 rumors.
As you can see for yourself in the video below, the purported iPhone 6 mockup shows what appears to be a larger 4.7-inch display. The device is also thinner than the current 5s. The iPhone 6 will reportedly sport a thickness somewhere in the range of 6mm, which would be ridiculously skinny. To make one-handed usage possible, the iPhone 6 will also have a relocated power button (from the top to the right side).
The iPhone 6 is also expected to have the TouchID fingerprint sensor that's in the iPhone 5s, a faster A8 processor, and possibly a better camera. And of course it'll run iOS 8.
Can Apple work its magic again and wow us all with the iPhone 6 or has everybody already moved on to more premium Android shores? We'll have to wait and see.