New photos of what appear to be the True Tone flash components for both versions of the iPhone 6 have appeared on ElekWorld, providing even more evidence that Apple is planning to announce and release both models at around the same time. Interestingly, the website also carries a whole host of purported iPhone 6 parts, including front display panels, volume rockers, and home button assemblies.

Apple, of course, is expected to announce a redesigned 4.7″ iPhone 6 and a 5.5″ iPhone 6L on September 9th. We’ve seen part and design leaks for both of these models in recent months, and both variants recently entered mass production.

Check out the gallery below for even more images of the site’s claimed iPhone 6 and 6L parts:

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6 Responses to “New photos of purported True Tone flash and other iPhone 6/6L parts appear online”

  1. Any possibility of iphone 6 4.7″ coming in different spec levels? Anyone noticed that there are two versions of the front panel? One with a camera on top of speaker grill and one on the left side. Now both of the panels are leaked by the same source, perhaps this is an indication of sapphire panel and non sapphire panel. Probably sapphire panel version will have high specs as well.


    • PMZanetti says:

      You really shouldn’t read the wall street journal. It leads to thoughts like this. ^

      Apple would never differentiate sapphire vs. gorilla glass by having different models of the same device and charging more for one. The mere suggestion of it shows a total lack of understanding.


    • All of the front panels here have the camera hold above the speaker. The hole you are referring to on the left of the speaker is the ambient light sensor.