We have been hearing plenty of iPhone 6 rumors in the past couple of weeks. Given that Apple has been rumored to announce the device in the next few months, we can only imagine that the rumor mill will be more busy than ever churning out a variety of leaks and rumored features that we might expect from the upcoming device.

That being said, a new video has surfaced courtesy of Chinese website, iFanr. In the video, it shows off the alleged iPhone 6’s front panel and compares it to that of the iPhone 5s, clearly showing that the upcoming device will indeed be larger than its predecessor. The display panel in question belongs to the 4.7-inch model, although word has it that there will be a 5.5-inch model as well.

In any case assuming the component is the real deal, we can see that the bezels on the display panel are thinner than the iPhone 5s. It also shows that Apple could have potentially moved the position of the front-facing camera, so instead of it being in the top-center position, it will be moved to the right hand side instead.

Other than that, it shows that despite the phone being bigger, it will still be somewhat usable with one hand, although we guess it will depend on user to user and how big their hands are. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but right now there are rumors that have pegged the iPhone 6’s launch for either the 19th of September or the 25th of September, but hopefully we will have our answers soon.

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