New alleged renderings of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 said to be sourced from primary Apple supplier Foxconn have surfaced on Chinese site Wei Feng. The renders, which show measurements of 138 x 67mm for the device, appears to be consistent with drawings published in Japanese magazine MacFan last month, and in line with precise measurements of a mockup done by Taiwanese blog AppleCorner last week.
It looks like the iPhone 6 related leaks just keep on coming. Lately, we’ve seen the iPhone 6 surface in many forms, first schematics, then factory molds, and then real, dummy units. All of them claim to be official, coming straight from Foxconn or its affiliates. However, now it appears that the 3D schematics which were used to build some (if not all) of the dummy units have surfaced. Take a look below and join us after the break. The above pics come from the Chinese WeiFeng network, are supposed to originate from someone from the supply chain (probably Foxconn), and are supposedly representing the current, official iPhone 6 design (which is not to say that it won’t change before the device will get released).