We just came across some iPhone 6 news. According to Nekkei Asian Review, the September release, among other rumors, that we have been reporting is, indeed, correct. According to Nekkei:
Suppliers of LCD panels for Apple’s new iPhone will ramp up production soon, in line with a timetable for a worldwide launch as early as September.1
Further, the iPhone 6 is all but confirmed to come in two different sizes:
The new phone, expected to be called the iPhone 6, will likely be offered in 4.7- and 5.5-inch versions, both of which are larger than the current generation’s 4-inch screen.2
Thus, it seems, the leaked images of the iPhone 6 mold hold up. Both sizes of the new iPhone will absolutely dwarf the current iPhone. This is going to be a major design overhaul for Apple, as the largest screen on any iPhone is 4 inches. Not only will the screens by physically larger, but there are reports that the screen will be drastically sharper, in terms of resolution. Currently, the iPhone 5 has a resolution of 326 pixels per inch. The new iPhone 6, however, is said to sport a 441 pixel per inch resolution. As we know more, we will keep you updated.