Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 handset sees a lot of action with more and more rumors surfacing for the device almost everyday. Now there are more to follow up on as new rumors have arrived related to the notification system.
According to reports, Appl's new iPhone 6 could feature a brand new way of displaying notifications. Apparently, every time you receive a notification on the device, the rear Apple logo will start lighting up.
In fact, the rumor of a back lit notification light has always been in rumors. However, the rumour now looks more plausible after uSwitch Tech came out with exclusive photos of a market-ready version of the phone's rear panel.
"Those images fuelled speculation that the logo would light up when new mails, SMS messages or updates arrived, allowing owners to put their handset on its front and still be made aware of people contacting them," Uswitch writes.
"Today our snaps, which we worked with leaks-world lynchpin Sonny Dickson to source, could offer conclusive proof that this is indeed the case."
As of now, both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions of the still rumored iPhone 6 are expected to be unveiled this September. Here's keeping our fingers crossed.