Another day, another iPhone 6 leak. Sometimes it feels like iPhones have more spoilers on the Internet than a blockbuster movie.
The most recent leak shows us what the display cover for the newest model will look like. Obviously, it is quite a bit bigger than the iPhone 5s. Apple Insider already reported that the new phone will come in a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch "phablet" version. The leaked screens look like they belong to the 4.7-inch model.
But, the larger screen isn't the only new feature. In the photos, the iPhone 6 appears to have curved glass near the edges, unlike older models. Sadly, the leak doesn't reveal much else about new design or features.
The images do not indicate any breakthrough new features for the next-generation iPhone, but the availability of these parts indicates that the new iPhone is nearing mass-production ahead of a launch this fall. A new hole appears to the left of the ear speaker, but it is unclear if this is a re-located FaceTime front camera or a proximity sensor. The variation in port location from part-to-part could be due to production of parts still being in early stages.
If you want to find out about more new iPhone features, I guess you will have to wait until it comes out this fall ... or you can just wait for the next leak.