Alleged iPhone 6 rear casing in gold makes another video appearance (with video)

“YouTuber iCrackUriDevice has published a video featuring what could be the rear housing for Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone 6,” Dom Esposito reports for 9to5Mac. “”

“This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this part appear on video, but this is definitely the best quality video so far,” Esposito reports. “The video below showcases the design of the housing and compares it to last year’s gold iPhone 5s housing.”

Esposito reports, “It’s also noted that the alleged iPhone 6 housing appears to have a recessed area on the inside which could indicate that Apple has plans to use a logo inlay as we’ve seen with its current generation iPad models.”

Read more in the full article here.

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


  1. This guy makes stupid comment of flash in the new enclosure. It is much bigger than previous one-LED flash, so, of course, it can contain two LEDs. No “step back” here at all.

      1. Is it that in the 5s the signal is going through the glass and the white is just some kind of insulator, but in this case it’s expected that the antennae will follow directly under the white plastic and send all its signals through that space?

    1. Some radio signals can’t go through metal. I believe GPS is one of them. This is why they had a plastic strip on the back of the iPhone 1. Also the iPads with cell and GPS have a plastic or glass strip on the back. The plastic and glass backs on the rest of the iPhones have negated the need for the strip.

        1. They can’t fit all on the side. WiFi, GPS, BlueTooth, LTE, GSM, CMDA. I remember something about GPS and it’s size, it is also the one of the two things a cell iPad does not have. however I could be wrong on that.

          1. Sorry. GPS is one of the two things a cell iPad has that regular iPads do not. I could be wrong about GPS being the need for the glass/plastic strip. If so I would like to know what it is.

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