iPhone 6 leaks indicate bezel-less display and 8-megapixel f/2.0 camera

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iPhone 6 leaks indicate bezel-less display and 8-megapixel f/2.0 camera
Apple's next iPhone, which is expected to debut this year, has been purportedly leaked in an image showing only the front panel of the smartphone, sporting almost no bezels. Another leak indicates just what the iPhone 6's camera hardware might be.

The image has been leaked by a French publication which purportedly shows the front bezels of three iPhone devices, specifically, the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s, and what is alleged to be the iPhone 6, showing the progressively thinner bezels. The right most (pictured above) in the leaked image is believed to be the iPhone 6.

As of now, there is no official word on whether the alleged iPhone 6 will pack a larger display than the iPhone 5s, or will once again sport a 4-inch display.

In addition, another report cites an Apple insider who claims that the iPhone 6 will pack a larger 8-megapixel camera sensor, and will sport an aperture size of f/2.0, as compared to the iPhone 5's f/2.4 and iPhone 5s' f/2.2.

The rumoured f/2.0 aperture in the alleged iPhone 6 is said to allow the device to take better low-light shots.

Further, according to GforGames who cited the insider, the alleged iPhone 6 will sport OIS (optical image stabilisation) and a CMOS sensor manufactured by Sony.

Contradicting the current camera leak, an earlier report suggested that the Apple iPhone 6 will sport a 10-megapixel camera coupled with a wide f/1.8 aperture and swappable resin lenses. The news came from a post by JD, an electronics online retailer, which claims to have taken the tip from a firm in the Taiwanese supply chain of Apple.

The alleged interchangeable or swappable lenses, which the firm has already been granted a patent for, are said to be manufactured by JSR, a Japanese firm. The interchangeable lenses are also said to house a transparent resin.

An earlier report quoted Matt Margolis, an analyst writing for Seeking Alpha, who expected the solar-charging sapphire glass screen to be incorporated in the Apple iPhone 6, aimed at enhancing the battery life of the handset, and so address the central problem plaguing all smartphones.


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