According to an earlier report, it was suggested that Apple was working on new iPhones that would be released later this year. Given Apple’s schedule this is pretty much a given, except that the report claims that Apple will be releasing not just one, but two iPhones of the big screen variety which dredges up rumors from the past.
Based on the rumors, it has been strongly suggested that Apple could be bumping the screen size on future iPhones to the 4.7-inch variety (the rumors suggests a 5.5-inch model could be in the works as well).
Now thanks to the folks at Nowhereelse.fr, they have managed to get their hands on a leaked document off a Chinese website which allegedly shows off the dimensions of the next-gen iPhone, the iPhone 6. If anything this document seems to suggest that only one new iPhone model is in the works, not 2 as the previous rumors have suggested.
Based on the drawing alone, it definitely looks like the phone is bigger than its predecessor, the iPhone 5s and that the edges of the phone appear to be less curved as well. The schematics also reveals the phone’s dimensions to be 150mm long and 85mm wide, which according to Nowhereelse.fr would give it a diagonal display size of 5-inches.
Of course there’s no telling if this schematic is the real deal and we reckon it’s not that hard to create one on photoshop as well, so do take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys think? Are we looking at the real deal?