The case maker has created a dedicated page on its official site for the long-rumoured iPhone 6. The page now lists four cases for the anticipated handset, called iPhone 6 Case Thin Fit, Thin Fit A, Ultra Hybrid, and Tough Armour. Notably, the case maker notes the listed products are simply concepts for now, modelled on what the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 might look like based on rumours.
The iPhone 6 could be the largest iPhone launch ever. With smartphones increasing in size, so have consumers demand for an iPhone with a larger screen. The iPhone 6 is here to answer that demand. It is all but assured that Apple will launch a 4.7 inch iPhone 6 this September. However, the more elusive 5.5 inch iPhone 6 is still mostly a mystery. Due to leaked data, we have a good idea of what the iPhone 6 will look like and we've included renders of what we believe to be some of the more accurate ones. Bigger but thinner and lighter are you excited about the new iPhone 6?
The listings on Spigen's official site shows the concept cases mounted on the yet-to-be-launched 4.7-inch iPhone 6; however the front panel is not completely revealed. The back panel is somewhat reminiscent of the previous iPhone models, and houses the rear camera with LED flash.
The images of the alleged iPhone 6 on Spigen's site corroborate what's has been widely expected based on earlier leaks, that the next iPhone will come with curved edges and will be a major departure from the company's current industrial design on existing iPhone models.
Further, in-line with earlier leaks, the alleged iPhone 6 seen in the case images houses the power button on the right panel, instead on the top panel seen on current iPhone models. Meanwhile, the left side panel includes the slightly modified volume buttons, including a mute switch.
Notably, this is not the first time we have seen an iPhone 6 case listing by Spigen as the company had previously listed the case for alleged 4.7-inch iPhone 6 on Amazon.
Multiple reports recently suggested that Apple would unveil the iPhone 6 on September 9. The date was almost in-line with previous leaks that pointed to a mid-September launch for the next iPhone 6 models. If true, the launch date would correspond to the second Tuesday of September, a day that Apple used to unveil the iPhone 5c (Review) and iPhone 5s last year.
An earlier report even claimed that the two iPhone 6 models - with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays - would have different processors and touch modules.