The latest in the series of leaks comes from a Taiwanese publication that posted images of the Apple logo likely be fitted on the rear panel of the alleged iPhone 6.
Gforgames in a report, citing the Taiwanese publication, notes the image shows a number of Apple logos that will supposedly be fit on the anticipated iPhone 6. The logos appear to be plain, with no signs of LEDs or other connectors linked to them. The report also suggested that the Apple logos seen in the leaked image were not meant for emitting any light.
The current leak contradicts an earlier report that had claimed that Apple logo placed at the back panel might light-up for notifications. Earlier leaked images of the alleged iPhone 6 rear shell with the Apple logo had also showed the interior, which was covered with a translucent plastic material said to allow the light to pass through.
We remind readers however that nothing is official yet, and that all such leaks must be taken with a pinch of salt.
Last week, images allegedly showing the retail box of the rumoured iPhone 6 also made their way to the Internet.
Reports have been tipping that the anticipated iPhone 6 will come in two models - with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays - that would also see a difference in their processors and touch modules. Apple was also rumoured to debut a 128GB storage variant for its next iPhone. However, it was said that the 128GB storage variant would be limited to the bigger variant of the rumoured iPhone 6, and the alleged 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will offer the conventional 64GB as its maximum storage variant.