Within the last week, the iPhone 6 has reportedly been assembled from leaked parts, and then put under the never-blinking eye of the camera lens. The first one saw the "Connect to iTunes" screen on a rumored iPhone 6, while the second was an in-depth look at the rumored final product, albeit without a functional display. Now, a pair of images have surfaced reportedly focusing on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
With the new images, which were published by GSMArena, we get another clear look at the rear shell of the device, which lends credence to several previous leaks of the upcoming device. We can clearly see that the camera does indeed have a slightly protruding design, with a round "True Tone" flash set up right next to it. The Apple logo looks like it could actually be engraved into the shell, too, which has been rumored off-and-on. (That could just be a trick of the camera/angle.) And, love them or hate them, those distinctive antenna breaks are right there for the eyes to stare at.
The front of the device shows the display turned on, with the lock screen in view. While there's no telling for certain whether this is the real deal, as the leaked images come from an unnamed source, based on what we've seen in the past of leaked devices, it certainly looks the part. Knock-offs exist, though, so take this one with a small grain of salt, at least.