The iPhone 6 isn’t even out yet – although the web is filled with many rumors and leaks offering design and launch details – and accessory makers already appear to be confident they know enough about Apple’s upcoming device to start selling iPhone 6 cases. Spigen has already listed a slew of cases and bumpers on Amazon for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. A slim fit case retails for $6.99, or $18 off its regular price, and has a September 30 ship date, while a bumper is more expensive at $10.99, shipping to buyers on the same date.

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Spigen has also posted image renders in its Amazon listings that show what an iPhone 6 looks like inside a slim case or bumper. The same design elements spotted in previous iPhone 6 dummy leaks, including the relocation of the power button, redesigned volume rockers, rounder corners and edges are present. However, the camera flash on the back of these iPhone 6 renders looks more like the iPhone 5s’ TrueTone flash, which isn’t found on existing iPhone 6 dummy units.

Moreover, the company is teasing the iPhone 6 on its Google+ page as well, where it also posted an iPhone 6 image render alongside a message that reads: “There’s something in the Air,” apparently making a pun on one of the rumored names for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model, which some say it’ll be called iPhone Air.

Images from Spigen’s Amazon listing and its Google+ teaser message follow below.

 

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