More Photos and Videos of Claimed Working iPhone 6 Devices Surface

Following yesterday's leak of what appeared to be a working 4.7-inch iPhone 6, passions have run high between those who believe the device to be genuine and those who believe it to be a fake or a clone. Commenters in our forums naturally scrutinized the images and videos looking for inconsistencies and have found a few, including longer hands on the Clock app icon, an "upside down" color gradient on the Music app icon, while others argue the complete package of features shown would almost certainly not be able to faked to the degree seen.

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Since the original leak, several other claimed iPhone 6 devices have been appearing on Chinese sites, giving the opportunity for even more examination of the possible authenticity. One user on video sharing site MiaoPai who had posted a few brief videos of the device in action that we added in an update to our previous post has continued posting clips, with well over a dozen now available on his page.

In addition, a seven-minute Youku video review of the device has been posted walking through a number of features and giving overall impressions of the device.


Debate about the authenticity of these devices will obviously continue until Tuesday's official unveiling of the iPhone 6, and readers are welcome to share their thoughts in our discussion forums.

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tattooedyuppie Avatar
126 months ago
Every time someone says "My body is ready" the bezels get bigger.
Score: 105 Votes (Like | Disagree)
D.T. Avatar
126 months ago
Guess we can just cancel the Apple keynote on Tuesday

I’m hoping the keynote is just a giant screen running videos of this Chinese fellow :)
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benz240 Avatar
126 months ago
Guess we can just cancel the Apple keynote on Tuesday
Score: 74 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Teste Avatar
126 months ago
I'm really going to laugh in two days when we see that those are the real thing and everyone saying "OMG it's obviously a fake" are proved to be wrong.
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byke Avatar
126 months ago
Don't tell me, let me guess. ""This is the best phone we have ever built".
Score: 27 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jsmith189 Avatar
126 months ago
Here we go. Another 45 pages.
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