iPhone 6 rumors: mockups do not represent final design, report says

According to a report by Japanese newspaper Nikkei, first spotted by GforGames, these leaked parts do not completely reflect reality.

The report notes that the mockups reproduce the future Apple smartphone quite accurately, however, with several differences.

The Apple logo on the back of the device will also be a little different from what we know today. The site writes that it will be directly traced inside the metal part whereas now it is engraved and polished.

In addition, the plastic strips and metal frames around the antenna won’t be part of the device itself, but markers for manufacturers that will be completely covered by glass.

If this is true, the back cover of the iPhone 6 would be much like that of the iPhone 5S.

The report also raises the possibility of a curved screen, a rumor first reported by Bloomberg last year.

Apple is rumored to launch two versions of the iPhone 6, one with a 4.7-inch screen, the other with a display of 5.5 inches.