Leaked Images Allegedly Show Bezel-Less iPhone 6 Glass

Leaked Images Allegedly Show Bezel-Less iPhone 6 Glass

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Images have leaked online allegedly showing a bezel-less front glass panel for the iPhone 6, reports Nowhereelse. They briefly appeared on Sina Weibo before being deleted.

Recently, the Korea Herald revealed that Apple was testing a prototype iPhone with a 'bezel-free' display. This would allow Apple to release a larger display, as is widely expected, while minimizing the overall size of the device.

The leaked panel does have a larger display size; however, the Home button is not perfectly centered in vertical direction, making it's authenticity questionable.

Although these images did not visibly touched and their quality is quite acceptable, it would have been quite easy for the author of these photos to scrape the black layer on the glass panel to delineate the borders of the and display, in order to increase the size of fictitiously latter... Besides the fact that the hole in which the back button to home would slip is not perfectly centered in the height direction puzzled me...

To see what a side bezel-free display would like, check out this iPhone 6 concept.

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Leaked Images Allegedly Show Bezel-Less iPhone 6 Glass

Leaked Images Allegedly Show Bezel-Less iPhone 6 Glass
Geekoid - March 6, 2014 at 12:25pm
The home button isn't perfectly round. It's egg-shaped and there are a great deal of suspicious smudges and scratches round the hole, as if it was sanded. I highly doubt this is real, and the quantity of scratches on it smacks of plastic, not glass. The curve of the piece does not appear consistent either. The bottom right corner in the second picture seems to start to curving even before it reaches the correct location of the corner. The earpiece slot shows white edges, which is also indicative of plastic, as blackened glass has none of those effects, as evidenced in the other two pieces.
Chaz - March 6, 2014 at 2:27pm
The truth is scraped paint from an iPhone 5 front glass lens.
User stated - March 6, 2014 at 2:30pm
Exactly. This look is not confirmed yet. Not the final look either.
jon wifern - March 4, 2014 at 7:17am
Newsflash......... it if true is a prototype, hardly surprising its not perfect for testing purposes.....Duh!
The Truth - March 4, 2014 at 2:02am
It's not Photoshop. Get 3 screen protections (4S and 2 5 or 5S) and a black tape. Do the magic then take their pictures with a camera phone from 17th century. Upload them with a shiny title. Ta-daa.
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