A new iPhone 6 concept video created by Ran Avni and Alex Casabo from Concept-Phones shows off a version of the device with a 4.7-inch 1080p display.
This iPhone was developed based off many of the recent rumors that point to a larger display for the device. The video shows the handset at multiple angles that has a design that resembles the iPhone 5s with chamfered edges and a similar overall design. See it here.
However, the larger display changes the look of the bezels. The camera has been shifted to the middle of the iPhone and new pill shaped volume buttons create a larger area for users to press. The new sized screen changes the size of the frame to be 130mm tall and 63mm wide. This version is also 2mm thinner than the iPhone 5s.
This is only a concept video and does not reflect the actual smartphone Apple will release later this year.
Other recent rumors point to the iPhone 6 featuring an 8-megapixel camera with improved image stabilization.
A previous report from The China Post confirmed that Apple will not be upgrading the resolution of the rear camera for the iPhone 6. It cites analysts from Nomura Securities for the information.
"According to Nomura Securities, Largan's recently lagging performance in the market is caused by rumors that Apple may adopt an 8-megapixel camera with improved optical image stabilization on its upcoming handset, instead of the 16MP upgrade anticipated by industry observers," wrote the site.
Apple is choosing to go with the same megapixels in order to give the device a more portable form factor, according to the source. Largan might be employed for the task of creating the new camera as the company is capable of coping with the complexity of the camera module, according to Nomura Securities.