High quality photos and video show 4.7-inch iPhone 6 rear shell

Several new hi-res photos, and a video, surfaced this morning of what is said to be an actual rear shell of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The part looks similar to previous leaks, with a cutout Apple logo and thick antenna breaks at the top and bottom.

The photos and video comes from Feld & Volk, a Moscow-based company that sells modified versions of the iPhone. The firm says it came across the shell thanks to its relationship with Apple suppliers, which enables it to get a head start on modifying…
The photos are of extremely high-quality and resolution, and give us a close look at the much-rumored iPhone 6′s thinner design. The curved, tapered sides are clearly visible in the photos, that also show slots for headphone and Lightning cable at the bottom.

The rear shell is shown to have an Apple logo cut out at the back, which is quite different from current iPhones. Rumors say this means Apple could either add a lit up Apple logo like MacBooks, or have an iPad-like logo that is of a different material.
The shell still has a number of incomplete features, like holes for microphone, camera and flash. The new pill-shaped volume buttons and relocated power button on the side, however can be seen in the photos:
The device is expected to be a major upgrade over its predecessor, sporting a refreshed design and larger display. In fact, Apple is said to be introducing both a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone this year with an A8 processor and other improvements.


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