There has been a supposed “leak” in a recent comparison video on Apple’s iPhone 6, and a case that appeared to be built for the dubbed iPhone. The case was tested against a current generation iPod Touch with similarities, which were surprising, including the thickness being almost exact and correct volume control placement. In recent video comparison of the rumored iPhone 6 case with the iPhone 5s, Samsung Galaxy S5, and LG-made Nexus 5, external measurements of the iPhone 6 seems to be surprisingly thin.
According to Unbox Therapy, they were able to get their hands on a pink case and the shell is already thinner than the current 7.6-millimeter iPhone 5s. This suggests that the upcoming device will be losing a substantial amount of thickness while making the screen size bigger. The screen also seems to have rounder edges, consistent with previous reports.
Lewis Hilsenteger, founder & editor-in-chief of Unbox Therapy bought a current generation iPod Touch to see if the 6.1mm device would fit in the case. As seen in the video, the thickness of the iPod is exactly the same as the internal dimensions of the case. The volume buttons also seem to appear to line up perfectly with the silicone-like-shell.
Source: Unbox Therapy