iPhone 6: Alleged Pictures of Apple Upcoming iPhone Metal Frame Leaks

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An iPhone with a bigger display is like a dream come true for consumers worldwide.

Since long time, Apple had been planning to announce a large size iPhone that could match to the likes of Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3 and HTC One.

Meanwhile, multiple reports in the past suggest that Apple would be coming up with a 4.7-inch iPhone, eventually to be called the iPhone 6.

Today, a Chinese website C Technology has managed to get its hands on images referring to a large size iPhone.

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iPhone 6: Alleged Pictures of Apple Upcoming iPhone Metal Frame Leaks

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First spotted by Gforgames, the pictures are extremely critical for the press, at least. The alleged images show of a metal frame that's significantly larger than the iPhone 5S body. It is not clear whether the leaked images of iPhone 6 (it's just a metal frame) are authentic or not. Since the leak comes out of China, the excitement is understandable.

At the same time, Apple-centric blog site MacRumors have completely ruled out the possibility of iPhone 6 to look so cheap and underwhelming. Also, the poor quality of construction could be one of the reasons why Apple fanboys and leading websites have shown cold feet to the purported images.

Meanwhile, the Liberty Times reports that Taiwan's Pegatron Corp, an assembler of Apple's iPhone 5C, is expected to win half of the orders for the next-generation iPhone 6.

The contract manufacturer has started constructing a new plant in China, where the new iPhones will be made. The plant is scheduled to start in the middle of this year. Well, at the same time Apple might come announce a new model of iPhone 6.

The suspense around Apple iPhone 6 is getting murkier each day. Stay tuned to GizBot for latest updates!

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