“Adding to a slew of iPhone 6 related ‘leaks,’ a case maker at the 2014 Hong Kong Electronics Fair on Tuesday showed off a tooled metal mockup purportedly representative of Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6,” AppleInsider reports.
“According to Mac Otakara, a number of vendors at this year’s Hong Kong trade show are fielding iPhone 6 wares — mostly cases — in spite of an apparent lack of official specifications from Apple,” AppleInsider reports. “The expo, put on by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), is billed as Asia’s largest spring fair that highlights a variety of products from OEMs and aftermarket vendors.”
“One exhibitor claimed to have physical metal mocks of the iPhone 6, which the unnamed company apparently used to fabricate what looks to be slim plastic shell cases,” AppleInsider reports. “As noted by the publication, the tooling part was rough and appeared to be finished by hand.”
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[Attribution: BGR. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
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