Exploding the iPhone 6 rumors into one beautiful infographic

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We’ve heard a lot of rumors about the upcoming iPhone 6. But which ones are true? With the release of Apple’s latest and greatest smartphones just three months away, we can start synthesizing the likelihood of which rumors will pan out (and which won’t).

This gorgeous infographic exploding the iPhone 6 into its various components does a great job of showing where the consensus is right now.

Put together by Nowhereelse.fr, it breaks the upcoming iPhone 6 down into its basic components, and gives the percentage likelihood of each part being significantly upgraded.

It seems that pretty much everyone agrees at this point that the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch display, while most believe that the chances of the iPhone 6 gaining NFC or a glowing Apple logo are pretty slim. But as more parts and reports come to light in the coming months, these numbers will undoubtedly change.

How likely do you think the current iPhone 6 rumors are? Let us know in the comments.

  • Adrayven

    Ok.. no 5.5″ %? lol, not that it matters.. not sure how they can come up with % anyway.. it’s like pigs fly and cows breath fire next year at 20% likelihood.. yup.. I pulled that out of my butt too! :D

    • PMB01

      0%

  • Tallest Skil

    I like the “100%” as though he actually knows anything at all whatsoever. That’s cute.

    And who’s the bumbling imbecile who said the logo would light up?

  • Chicken McPhee

    It’s nice but I fail to see how the perspective helps the text and icons, except makes the whole thing more difficult to read and is nothing but a gimmick.

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