“Luxury modified iPhone vendor Feld & Volk… has received what it believes to be a completed 4.7-inch iPhone 6 rear shell and has shared some new photos revealing a few features not highlighted in previous leaks,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors. “Among these is a good look at the volume button cutouts, which have now been recessed slightly in a change that will allow for a lower profile along the edges and decreased likelihood of accidental volume changes.”

“Feld & Volk’s photos also offer a look at the embedded Apple logo, something Apple has not used on the iPhone since the original iPhone back in 2007,” Slivka reports. “Feld & Volk says the embedded logo is very similar to that seen on the original iPhone, but says it is made of ‘very extraordinary’ scratch-resistant metal that it speculates could be a Liquidmetal alloy, although there is no specific evidence supporting that speculation.”

Liquidmetal Apple logo?

Liquidmetal?

 
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