Following a number of leaks claiming to show prototypes, cases, and manufacturing tools for the next-generation iPhone, today yet another leak of a physical iPhone 6 mockup has popped up via Japanese blog The site posted images from the Hong Kong Electronics Fair taking place from April 13-16 that apparently show mockups of the iPhone 6 used by case makers to create cases and accessories they plan to launch alongside the new iPhone.  

The publication tells us that there were several accessory manufacturers showing off physical iPhone 6 mock ups used to create their upcoming accessories that were also on show.

In recent weeks more and more alleged iPhone 6 shots have been discovered online, including this one claiming to show an iPhone 6 front panel from this morning.

All of the leaks point to what Apple has long been rumored to be working on, an iPhone with a larger display somewhere in the neighborhood of 4.7 to 5.5 inches. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time case makers have started manufacturing products based on rumored specs for an upcoming device, but we’ve also seen them take that gamble and get it wrong in the past.

More images and a video of the iPhone 6 mockup below:


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