Apple iPhone 6 leak: WWDC preparation video shows iPhone 6 (with video) has published a new video that was purportedly filmed during Apple’s preparations for its Worldwide Developers Conference next week that the site claims shows a full render of the iPhone 6,” Brad Reed reports for BGR.

“In the first image of the front of the phone, you might think there’s no way to tell whether it’s an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 5s,” Reed reports, “but the next slide of the back of the phone is quite obviously not any iPhone model currently on the market.”

Reed reports, “Instead, the look of the device aligns well with the dozens of leaked mockups we’ve seen that supposedly resemble Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch flagship phone.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Update: 10:20am PDT: Reddit user “likesthings” claims this video is a fake:

“Its [sic] fake. I found a random Moscone stage photo on google ( and put one of the video frames on top. By moving it around on photoshop I got it to line up almost perfectly: (73% opacity).
So basically this guy got that photo, created a fake iPhone render slideshow and filmed his computer’s screen to simulate camera shake.”

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


  1. learn french, fake

    Fausse alerte ! Sans grande surprise et au regret de décevoir les plus impatients d’entre vous, la photo comparative ci-dessous confirme de toute évidence que cette vidéo n’est rien de plus qu’un habile montage réalisé à partir d’un cliché plus ancien retouché afin de simuler la projection des images d’un iPhone 6… Bien joué…

      1. je suis croyant qu’ils utilisent des photos de n’importe quoi mais les photos des produits réels pour tester le système de projection à moins que le cercle intérieur est présent

        il n’y aurait pas violation comme ceci

        moi sage

  2. “Oh look at my oh-so-authentic video. See, it’s shaking.”

    Yeh, right. I’ve done plenty of hand-held video with my iPhone and any jittering around I do is nowhere close to that. Just silly.

  3. I think the logic behind why it’s fake, is a bit off…

    I would rather believe the guys setting up the equipment, stage etc, would not have access to the slides, before the keynote. This simply would not happen. To me that is a better explanation.

    I do think the video is real, but the iPhone image is inserted.

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