We’re still months away from the iPhone 6’s eventual release but that hasn’t stopped us from getting a steady stream of leaks about the upcoming device. Nowhereelse.fr has snagged a leaked document off of a Chinese website that is purportedly a schematic design for the iPhone 6 that shows the device will be 150 millimeters long and 85 millimeters wide, which Nowhereelse.fr says would give it a display with a diagonal in the 5-inch range.
This doesn’t exactly line up with reports we’ve seen about Apple creating two different iPhone 6 models — one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.5-inch display — so this schematic may very well just be a design that Apple has been playing around with and nothing more. One thing is for certain, however: Everything we’ve read about the iPhone 6 makes it clear that it will be the largest iPhone yet released as Apple is finally getting around to addressing the phablet craze sparked by Samsung two years ago with its first-generation Galaxy Note. Apple is the only major smartphone play that has yet to release a giant sized smartphone since LG, Nokia, HTC, BlackBerry and others have all followed in Samsung’s footsteps.
The full schematic follows below.