iPhone 6 Part Leak Reveals Round ‘True Tone’ Camera Flash [Photos]

We are less than a month far away from Apple's media event which should be on September 9 where the company will introduce a new generation iPhone with a higher resolution, bigger screen, better performances. Today morning Sonny Dickson the well known designer took to Twitter to share high-resolution photos of an alleged iPhone 6 rear shell which seem to match up nicely with the leaks we recently saw.

In addition to the antenna breaks at the top and the bottom replacing the glass cutouts seen on the iPhone 5/5s, the images appear to depict an iPod touch-style protruding lens for the device. Also clearly visible on the photos: a circular dual-LED flash module that Apple calls ‘True Tone’ flash…

Sonny shared two images on his official Twitter account seemingly depict an all-metal backplate. For what it’s worth, the scuffed-up part appears virtually identical to the photo and video of the assumed iPhone 6 rear shell that luxury modified iPhone vendor Feld & Volk shared recently on its Instagram account.
Apple always focuses a lot of attention on the rear-facing camera, having added solid performance enhancements with each new model each time, and with the announcement event apparently slated for September 9th, snap-happy consumers will be hoping for some similarly impressive improvements this time around.

The 4.7 and 5.5-inch devices are widely expected to sport a redesigned and thinner enclosure and include an Apple-designed A8 chip (said to be clocked at 2GHz, or more, per core), a Sony-made 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, three new sensors and more.

What do you think ?


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