Apple is expected to reveal two new iPhones again this year in September. The first one, the iPhone 6, will have a 4.7″ display and be the successor to the iPhone 5s. The second phone, the iPhone 6L, will have a 5.5″ display and be a larger version of the iPhone 6. A new document from inside Foxconn, one of Apple’s suppliers, confirms the technical specifications for each of the phones. This photo, which was originally posted by French website iGen, also confirms the protruding camera rumor that AppleClub posted about recently.
The 4.7″ iPhone 6 (code-named N61) will measure 138.1 mm long by 67 mm wide and 6.6mm thick. The 5.5″ iPhone 6L (code-named N56) will measure 158.1mm long by 77.8mm wide and 7.1mm thick with a weight of 184.6g. These specs do not take into account the protruding camera. The final model, the N51, is the code name for the iPhone 5s. It measure 123.8 mm long by 58.6 mm wide and 7.6 mm thick. This leaked document shows that not only will the next-generation iPhones be getting taller, but they will be wider too.