A new video has made it’s way to YouTube, and it reportedly shows the highly rumored 4-inch “iPhone 6c (5e, 7c)” in it’s full glory. MIC Gadget claims to have exclusive hands-on footage of the handset by displaying a phone straight from the Foxconn factory. However this may be legit, it looks exactly like an iPhone 6s, just smaller (obviously).
The video’s kinda boring, with the person taking the video just picking up the phone, displaying what it looks like from all angles, and putting it back down a couple of times. Interestingly, if you look hard enough, it appears that, if this is legit, Apple has decided to keep the power button on the right side of the phone, something not common with 4 inch phones nowadays. That could be the biggest indication, however, that this is fake and the phone is just a smaller variant dummy of the iPhone 6s. Plus, if you compare this phone’s antenna bands to the ones on an iPhone 6s, you’ll notice that the ones displayed in this video are significantly chunkier than the 6s’. But that’s for you to decide yourself…
Other rumors surrounding this matter include the inclusion of an A9 chip and 2GB of RAM packed into the iPhone 6c along with Apple Pay compatibility, something that’s entirely welcome to 4-inch phone lovers everywhere. It’s also rumored to make it’s debut at a March 2016 keynote alongside the Apple Watch 2 and other potential products such as upgraded MacBooks.
What do you think of the leaked video? Do you think it’s legit? Leave a comment and let us know!