The soon-to-be-launched android flagship smartphone of Apple, iPhone 6, is likely to be equipped with sapphire display, according to latest leaks through two videos and a set of images. Earlier it was rumored that the company is working towards shifting from Gorilla Glass protection to an in-house Sapphire glass solution for its iPhone 6, and the latest video footage is bolstering such claims.
First off, a YouTube video posted by a well-known gadget reviewer Marques Brownlee shows off the display of the smartphone, allegedly made of sapphire, as it undergoes some rough testing.
A second video also showed an alleged sapphire panel of a white iPhone. The video was posted by an anonymous retailer in Hong Kong, as credited by French publication Nowhereelse. Meanwhile, famous leaker Sony Dickson has also posted the same video on Twitter.
Lastly, Now here else has also revealed several images displaying the front panel of the purported 4.7-inch iPhone. The leaked photos show the front panel with cutouts for the front camera, Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner below the display, and the typical set of sensors above the screen.
Apple is likely to launch its next-generation android flagship smartphone, iPhone 6, on Friday, September 19 2014. The smartphone would be released in two versions, with one having a 4.7-inch display and the other boasting a 5.5- or 5.7-inch screen.