Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone 6 and iWatch in less than four hours from now, however a video posted on YouTube might just be the first iPhone 6 video review before the official announcement. Product leaks ahead of the keynote event have become fairly common, but this is the first time we are witnessing a working version of the new iPhone on video.
The video allegedly shows a large screen iPhone running the upcoming version of iOS. The overall design and construction of the device shown in the video is perfectly in line with the leaked specifications and parts of the iPhone.
The blogosphere seems to be in agreement with all the leaks and rumours that point to iPhone being available in 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch screen sizes. A larger phone from Apple is also expected to feature higher battery capacity. It is unclear if a larger battery will benefit talk time or browsing as the larger battery will now have to run a larger screen. The new iPhone, as the rumours suggest, will feature sapphire crystal that will bring increased durability.
This years iPhone event will be much bigger than the previous years. Apple has opted to host the event at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts which has three times more capacity that Yerba Buena Center of Arts. The company has also invited many notable reporters from the fashion industry indicating that Apple will announce a wearable product.
Apple has been rumoured to be working on an iWatch for many years and today we could finally see what the company has been working on. iWatch is expected to feature biometric sensors. iPhone 5S featured a dedicated M5 coprocessor to collect motion data and now with iWatch Apple could expand its offering in health category.
Today’s iPhone 6 keynote event might not bring many surprises as numerous leaks over the past few months have given us a clear glimpse of what to expect from Apple. Do you think Apple could still surprise us? Do you like the new design of the iPhone 6 as shown in the video? Let us know what you think in the comments below.