We’ve already gotten a glimpse of what the iPhone 6’s front panel could look like, and now it’s time to take the party to the back. Leaked images of the iPhone 6’s purported back panel have been circulating around the web, hinting at some of the upcoming smartphone’s potential new features.
The first of several leaks highlighted from MacRumors comes by way of luxury custom phone maker Feld & Volk. The company posted photos and videos of what it claims to be a silver 4.7-inch iPhone 6 back panel, which has perforations for volume and silence buttons on the left, power and lock on the right and a headphone jack at the top.
Interestingly, this paneling has a cut-out Apple logo, which has lead to speculation about a light-up logo on the final model or even an NFC receiver within the logo. This same build can be seen on a second leaked panel posted on MacRumors, which comes from a seperate source. This outer casing comes in dark gray and has nearly the same 4.7-inch makeup as the silver panel.
All iPhone 6 leaks are still speculation at this point, but these rear panels fall in line with most of the rumors we’ve heard so far regarding the smartphone’s body. Apple’s next handset is expected to debut with a faster A8 processor, improved camera features and a super-strong sapphire display.
The iPhone 6 is expected to arrive in both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch variations, but there has been speculation that the larger model will go on sale later.