Freshly leaked pictures of the 5.5in iPhone or iPhone 6 are making waves on the internet, as speculation is rife about the expected battery-life and design aesthetics of Apple's forthcoming flagship smartphone.
Though there is no information about the leaked battery pack specifications such as the battery capacity of the iPhone in the leaked photos, rumours abound that the next-gen iPhone will feature a powerful 2,500mAh battery with a thin profile synonymous with the new design of iPhone 5s.
It is not yet clear if the iPhone 6 will portray a 16:9 aspect ratio or stick to the traditional 4:3 aspect ratio found in older Apple tablets.
As far as the design aesthetics and shape of the 5.5in device are concerned, we may see a thinner battery platform owing to the odd foldable area with the battery pack as shown in the leaked photos from prolific leaker, nowhereelse.fr.
The source of the leak is not yet confirmed, while it is still unclear if the battery pack revealed in leaked pictures is actually made for the iPhone 6.
However, the report suggests the images were captured by an iPhone supplier and the series of numbers printed on the battery (741-0115) actually match with the coding on the iPhone 5's battery.
As BGR reports, Apple is reportedly facing some battery issues for the forthcoming flagship iPhone and wanted its suppliers to create batteries that are just 2mm in thickness or 1mm thinner than existing iPhone 5s batteries.
The latest report on the issue confirms that Apple has finally found a fix for its battery design issue with two new battery suppliers, Simplo and Sunwoda, who have been able to produce batteries for thinner devices like the iPhone 6 aka iPhone Air.
In related news, it is rumoured that the 4.7in iPhone 6 may ship with 1,800mAh to 1,900mAh battery.
Check out the purported battery design for the iPhone 6 in leaked images below: