Another year, another iPhone. But its looking like 2014 might be the biggest shake up to the Apple handset in years.
Whenever a new iPhone model looms closer to release the rumour mill goes into overdrive. In recent years that's also been accompanied by leaked handsets making their way into the wild and while that hasn't happened yet, some information on the iPhone 6 has started to emerge.
Given the smartphone trends of the last couple of years it shouldn't come as a surprise that Apple will be looking to increase the size of their device. At just 4inches, the display on the iPhone 5S is dwarfed by its competition in the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.
Happily, there's change on the horizon with reports suggesting that the iPhone 6 will feature a 4.7 inch screen. And we've got an idea of how that compares to previous generations in this newly leaked video where the front panel of an alleged iPhone 6 is on display. See how it measures up to the 5S and just how easy its going to be to use one handed.
Despite adding .7 of an inch, the size still looks very user friendly, with the tiny bezel making the most of the available real estate.
There's more change planned too, including an all metal body that looks closer to the M8 in design and a body that curves smoothly around, removing the sharp lines of previous generations.
Whispers also suggest that there are two models on the way - the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5 inch varient possibly called the iPhone Air. The latter could feature a massive 128 gigs of storage and would be positioned as the premium Apple device for 2014.
If traditions hold true, expect to see the iPhone 6 hitting stores on September 2014 and an annoucement of the iPhone Air around the same time.