The dozens of parts leaks, renders and even dummy units have provided a likely accurate look at Apple’s next iPhone. Now we have a new video showing 3D renders of a concept version of the device, likely built off of the same leaked schematics that have been used to create accessories, dummy units and more, has surfaced.
The video provides yet another look at what the iPhone might look like, though there are some oddities worth noting. The mute switch has an abnormally large space, for example, and the dimensions of the Lightning port connector don’t look exactly right. The video is labeled as an iPhone “concept” and we can see why: the device clearly has an artistic re-imagining of iOS instead of iOS 8, and the surface of the phone looks a lot more reflective than the leaked parts we’ve seen. Still, the size and overall render of the unit looks right on a par with what has already surfaced.
The iPhone 6 is reportedly set to launch in September, with a larger 5.5-inch iPhone Air also allegedly planned. Today, however, a new report suggested that the bigger iPhone Air may not launch until 2015. Check out a few photos of the render below: