“Following its leak of photos showing the iPhone 6 logic board that have revealed the device’s NFC chip and 16 GB of storage, luxury modified iPhone vendor Feld & Volk has now shared some photos and a video showing the device in operation and booting to a black screen requesting the user to connect the device to iTunes,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.
“Feld & Volk says it has been able to piece together this iPhone from various components it has obtained as part of its effort to build its own luxury version of the iPhone 6 for its customers,” Slivka reports, “and remarkably enough, the device is at least capable of turning on.”
Direct link to video here.
MacDailyNews Take: At 0:43 in the video, what is that white “gear” icon that flashes just before the ‘Connect to iTunes’ screen? We haven’t seen that before in iOS.