With just a few hours left until the official unveiling, a new set of possible iPhone 6 specs were leaked. Surprisingly or not, they are a bit different from what we were actually expecting to see at Apple’s new smartphone.
First of all, the leak states that the iPhone 6‘s 4.7″ display will feature a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels, but, despite all the fuzz created around this, it won’t be protected by the almighty sapphire glass.
When it comes to what’s under the hood, it will be powered by a dual-core A8 CPU, clocked at 1.4 GHz, which is a bit lower than the previously rumored 2 GHz or, as how some sources were indicating, an eventual quad-core CPU. But this would still make the iPhone 6 20% more powerful that the one currently equipping the 5S.
Moving on, the leak also points to 1 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, while the operating system is iOS 8. Last but not least, there’s also an 8 MP camera on the back of the phone.
There were also rumors about the iPhone 6 coming with an NFC chip, but the report doesn’t mention anything about this. Still, it doesn’t mean that we won’t see it.
Our recommendation is to wait until the launch and not take this as granted, as Apple could have a few aces under their sleeves. So, let the countdown begin…