The first leaked video purportedly shows the iPhone 6 with its screen turned on, and displaying the iOS 8 lock screen alongside showing the other home screen panes. The second video shows the much-touted Health app. The third leaked video shows the camera app, while the final one goes through the settings of the handset.
In the meanwhile, a Weibo user named Zzray (via CNBeta) has shared various purported images of the iPhone 6. The only new feature pointed out by 9to5mac in the leaked images is the revamped Passbook icon that now includes a Red coloured bar instead. 9to5mac claims that the red bar depicts a credit card icon, tipping that the Cupertino giant might finally bring the rumoured mobile payments feature to the device.
Meanwhile, the leaked images show the iPhone 6 purportedly compared alongside iPhone 5s and corroborate what's has been widely expected based on previous leaks. The leaked images show the rear of the handset with camera and LED flash sitting on top of the left edge panel. Interestingly, the new leaked images yet again show the presence of a protruding camera ring on the model, which goes in-line with some recent leaks. Once again, the images show the new iPhone to feature an iPod touch-inspired design, with longer volume buttons and curved edges.
Apple is widely expected to debut the next iPhone on Tuesday which is likely to arrive in two display size variants - 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch - and that both feature the iPod touch-inspired design; the Touch ID fingerprint sensor; the new Apple A8 SoC, and the long-awaited NFC connectivity.
The new iPhone is also said to cost less than the previous generation, as well as feature higher resolution displays and bigger storage variants (up to 128GB). Of course, the iPhone 6 should ship with iOS 8.
Reports have been tipping that Apple's next iPhone would hit shelves on September 19, the traditional 10 days after the unveiling of the smartphone.