iPhone 6 vs. 5S, 5, and 4S in mock-based review

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Apple fans were treated last week to the best comparison yet of a potential next iPhone 6 vs. the current 5S and 5C models, then side-by-side with all previous iPhone models including the 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G, and first generation.

The latest iPhone 6 mockup comes after the amount of pictures leaking online has been increasing, although this is normal considering Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote time is just one week away.

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We have Sonny Dickson to thank for the latest iPhone 6 pictures along with a complete comparison to previous generations. Take a look at the photos we featured on this page and then head over to sonnydickson.com for a lot more, which include the iPhone 6 concept next to Samsung’s Galaxy S5, HTC’s One M8, and also Apple’s latest iPod Touch 5G.

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This iPhone 6 review is based on a pattern seen within many pictures and Dickson feels confident enough in the design to provide a comparison in this way.

You can clearly see how the iPhone 6 thickness compares between other models in the next two pictures, although this image doesn’t include all generations with the dummy model.

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Some of Product Reviews readers commented on HTC One M8 similarities with the iPhone 6 design being shown in a number of leaks and concept designs. You will notice this clearly from comparing the backs, which a mock of an iPhone 6 vs. HTC One M8 reveals antenna bands with roughly the same placement.

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Your opinion on this design of a new iPhone 6? Let us know in the comments if you would gladly purchase a new generation of Apple phone designed in such a way, or if you are expecting something completely different then explain the specs and features you’d desire to see.

If you want to take a look at the range of so-called leaked iPhone 6 photos, then see our article revealing the succession. The next major development with Apple will be their iOS 8 beta, expected to be up for developer download shortly after the keynote, and also the 7.1.2 release window should be before WWDC.

Also See: Apple MacBook Pro Intel Core i5 with 13.3 display in-depth review

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