Apple's WWDC hits the stage this Monday and we already know Apple is planning to unveil iOS 8 and the latest OS X 10.10 but many are also contemplating if there will be an iPhone 6 announcement taking place.
Update: after causing quite a stir on the web, it turned out that the video which showcases the slides is fake (hit the second source button for the full breakdown of the hoax). Thankfully, we won't have to wait long to see what Apple has in store for WWDC.
While the leaks have been non stop there hasn't been anything pointing to a device release at the Apple conference until now. A video has been captured which appears to show the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and some slides being run through the screen behind it.
Those slides show the front of an iPhone 6, then the back and finally the sides. It appears a silver-white device with rounded edges just like on the recent iPads.
Could this be the real deal? Could Apple be planning the
first hardware unveil at the WWDC conference since the iPhone 4?
The device in the leaked slides looks in line with recent leaks of dummies. But should the Apple iPhone 6 arrive at the WWDC it will contradict rumors of a September release.
Sadly we can't tell yet but there's not much time until the WWDC kicks off in Monday and we will all find out then. Apple is expected to unleash an iPhone this year with a bigger screen. Currently good money is on a 4.7" panel but there's also rumors speculating another bigger model of 5.5" with a later release in the fall.