We have already seen a wide range of photos and videos of iPhone 6 mockups, showing us both the 5.5 inch iPhoneÂ and the 4.7 inch iPhone.
An now Dom Esposito from 9 To 5 Mac has put together a cool video using the latest iPhone 6 mockups, in the video the iPhone 6 mockups are compared to a wide range of Apple devices.
The past few weeks have been quite busy when it comes to the alleged iPhone 6. We’ve seen countless number of leaks with the purported iPhone 6 dummies, in several color options.
It’s the weekend, but that’s not a reason for the rumor mill to stop working. Now, some images of the alleged iPhone 6 cases surfaced, showing both the 5.5-inch and 4.7-inch versions. The cases are accompanied by the Samsung Galaxy S5 as well as the iPhone 5S, which should give users a pretty good idea about the screen size of the purported iPhone 6.
The new iPhone 6 will come in two sizes, one with a 4.7 inch display, the other with a 5.5 inch display, and now we have a video comparing the an iPhone 6 mockup to the latest smartphones from HTC and Samsung.
The video shows the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8 compared to the iPhone 6 mockup, which gives us an idea of how the devices compare in terms of design and size.
The last thing we heard about the new Google Nexus 6 was that the device would be made by LG for Google, and now references to the Google Nexus 6 have been spotted in the Chromium Code Review.
As well as the new Google Nexus 6, references to the next Nexus tablet, the Google Nexus 8 were also spotted, we have been hearing more and more about the Nexus 8 recently.
HTC released its latest Sense 6 UI with the HTC One M8. The Taiwanese OEM did announced that it will make its way to existing HTC devices, and they even created a software update page to let users know about theÂ status of the update.
For those of you who are rocking the gigantic HTC One Max from Sprint, there’s a piece of good news for you. Sprint is rolling out an update for the handset, which brings the latest Sense 6.0 UI, as well as WiFi calling feature.