It’s long been rumored about the Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6, now an alleged leaked schematic document gives hints that we could see an Apple smartphone with bigger display (in the 5.5-inch range) than the iPhone 5S. The leaked document allegedly reveals the physical measures of the upcoming Apple iPhone 6. The layout document clearly shows the Apple logo and the words on the back of the iPhone device are correctly mentioned.

schematic-layout-design-iphone-6According to the leaked schematic design, the iPhone 6 will be 150mm (5.9 inches) long and 85mm (3.3 inches) wide. This is a significant jump in size over the current iPhone 5S, which measures 123.8mm (4.87 inches) long, 58.6mm wide (2.32 inches). The dimensions specified on the diagram would therefore against the inclusion of a screen measuring at least 5 inches diagonally.

As compared to other big size mobile devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which, with its 5.7 inch screen , measures 151.2mm (5.95 inches) long, 79.2mm (3.1 inches) wide and the new HTC One (M8), which has a 5-inch display and measures about 144.78mm (5.7) long  and 68.58mm (2.7 inches) wide. This implies that the iPhone 6 size would be make it even larger than the new HTC One, so the the new iPhone, if accurate would have a display measuring about 5.5 inches.

The report clearly reveals Apple’s first foray into larger handsets, thus suggesting that a iPhone phablet is on the way. Earlier this, we have heard on a couple of occasions that Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6 will come in two sizes: one with a 4.7-inch display and another with a 5.5-inch display. It is also reported that the upcoming iPhone would have a thin body with reduced bezels around the screen.

However keep in mind that we could confirm the authenticity of the report, but this leaked document falls in line with old rumors. It is almost clear, at least one new iPhone would be scheduled for the month of September, Apple would have its own plan with the new upcoming iPhone.


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