We like to think that we’ve done pretty well remaining calm and level-headed over the spate of iPhone 6 case leaks over recent weeks. It’s important to retain a sense of scepticism regarding these things, and we’re sure that you don’t find it particularly interesting when every single blurry, poorly cropped photo of what may or may not be something that looks vaguely like an iPhone 6 gets an article all of its own. It’s exhausting.
But we can’t help but be a little intrigued by this latest leak. In the video at the top of this page you can see what would seem to be a range of iPhone 6 cases, both in their 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch forms. What sets these cases apart from others we’ve seen before is that they actually have the Apple logo cut out in centre of them. Rumours have been circulating that the usually plain or reflective-silver Apple logo will be used as an LED notification on the iPhone 6, and these images might well support that.
It’s not just the exterior of the case which looks the part, either. When it’s turned over we can see the inside of it, and it certainly seems legitimate. It’s got a duller veneer to it, not to mention countless screwholes and even some sort of gold contact. With iPhones traditionally featuring non-removable backs this would make sense.
Take a look at the video for yourself and see what you think.