iPhone 6 with larger screen possibly revealed in new leak

The first purported images of the iPhone 6 surfaced from a reliable source who’s leaked accurate parts for previous iPhones and iPads before Apple announced them. Is this what the iPhone 6 will look like? At first glance, the "leaked" photos of the purported iPhone look like the fifth-generation iPod touch.
The case shares a similar unibody metal design and chamfered edges. As Sonny Dickson notes, it looks very much like a hybrid of the iPad Air/iPad mini design mixed and iPod touch.
You can also see a pill-shaped hole for a "True Tone" dual-LED flash, a camera hole and a tiny mic hole just between those two; perfectly in-line with existing iPhone 5/5s/5c designs.
More interesting is that the case is bigger in order to fit a larger screen. MacRumors crunched the numbers and concluded the leaked image could fit a 4.7-inch screen without any increase in width. Basically, in order for that to happen, Apple will need to have a screen with a significantly slimmed down bezel.
Rumors suggest Apple is testing two larger iPhone screen sizes. According to the South China Morning Post, the iPhone 6 will come in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch. The display’s pixel per inch will increase from the existing 326 ppi to 441, which would make it incredibly sharp to the naked eye. SCMP’s report says the iPhone 6 is not due to launch until September.
It’s also believed the iPhone 6’s display could be made from sapphire glass, which would make it incredibly scratch-resistant. The camera lens on iPhones are already made with sapphire glass. As 9to5mac reports, Apple’s can’t be stockpiling sapphire crystal furnaces for nothing.
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