We have already seen a series of alleged leaked pictures that show how the iPhone 6 looks and even more. Now, the first review video of the Apple iPhone 6 has been published on Weibo, exhibiting fully functional and activated iPhone 6 with 4.7-inch display, running iOS 8. The authenticity of the device has yet to be confirmed, but it’s very unlikely that it’s a fake.
However, the official announcement is due tomorrow, but you can take a look at the final product right now. Of course, the leak comes from China and cnBeta has published the video, which was posted by a user of Weibo forum. The video shows a 4.7-inch iPhone 6, running iOS 8 alongside the iPhone 5S.
The design overall looks very shiny and seems in line with previous leaks about the iPhone 6. In some noteworthy features, the phone includes dual-LED flash, a new icon of passbook, and the addition of a sixth row of icons to take advantage of the bigger screen. Although, there’re still four icons per row, and the icon size seems to be the same as the iPhone 5S. The leak also suggests the bigger display is likely to 1136 x 640 pixels resolution.
The reviewer also explains that the iPhone 6 is faster and lighter than the iPhone 5S. While allegedly leaked images give the expression that the next-gen iPhone would be heavier, but it’s not. Moreover, you will feel at ease with the iPhone 6 just like the iPhone 5S, and you won’t need to two hands to operate this because it is still one-hand operable.
The Apple iPhone 6 will be presented by Tim Cook tomorrow in a highly anticipated media event, which will be live streamed starting at 10 a.m. PDT from the Flint Center at De Anza College in Cupertino. Additionally, the long-fabled iWatch may see the light of day alongside the iPhone 6.