Even though Apple released its new iPhones — the 5S and the 5C — in September, there is already speculation that the next release, the iPhone 6, will be even better.
We've heard rumors of a bigger screen (in particular, one that's either 4.8 or 6 inches), and that the new iPhone might be out sooner than expected (as soon next summer).
Well, we've just spotted some theoretical mark-ups of the iPhone 6 that caught our attention. Nikola Cirkovic, an engineer at the CIRPIS Center of Kragujevac, Serbia, created the spec renderings and posted them on GrabCad.
Like the theorized model, Cirkovic's iPhone 6 has a wide, edge-to-edge screen that would be larger than the iPhone 5's. The device is thinner too: only 5.3 mm instead of the current 7.6 mm.
Cirkovic has rendered the design the device in both space gray and silver.
What, no gold?
This is what the iPhone 6 could look like.
Note the long, edge-to-edge screen.
Interestingly, Cirkovic didn't include the darker ring around the fingerprint sensor, which the iPhone 5S has.
Here it is in black.
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