The New iPhone 6 Is Already On Sale In China And Here's What It Might Look Like

Is Apple having twins?

With the Apple special event to unveil their new products approaching, China"s largest mobile carrier is already taking orders for the unreleased iPhone 6. According to China Daily, China Mobile Ltd started giving online pre-orders on Tuesday, eight days before the expected official launch.

Even though the campaign is currently available only in Beijing, the anticipated device has attracted more than 33,000 orders since Tuesday evening. China Daily claims the vendor didn't specify if the pre-orders will be expanded to the rest of the nation.

China Mobile also inadvertently confirmed rumors that the new Apple iPhone 6 will come in two different sizes. The company's website gives users the option to choose from a 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch version of the device (in comparison, the iPhone 5S has a 4-inch screen). Sadly, the carrier doesn't provide any accompanying images of the new smartphone.


However, the recent video, posted by a Russian tech and gadget review channel Rozetked, gives us a speculated look at the Apple's newest invention. According to 9to5mac, the video compares a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 to its predecessor, iPhone 5S.

The new version is significantly thinner and has rounded edges.


Comparison between the space-gray rear shell of the new and current model.


Watch the full video to get an in-depth look at what might be the new iPhone 6:

(H/T: Business Insider | 9to5mac)

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