French site Nowhereelse, which posted photos of a claimed dummy mold of the iPhone 6 a couple of days ago, has now posted new photos and a video of a similar physical mockup said to come from supply-chain sources.

It’s important to note that while this is consistent with earlier claimed leaks, it is often the case that different people copy earlier drawings and photos to create their own versions, so consistency in and of itself isn’t conclusive. We have, though, now seen photosschematics, renderscases and physical mockups which all appear to show a significantly thinner iPod Touch-like design, with curved edges, slimmer volume buttons and a repositioned power switch.

If this is indeed what we can expect from the new iPhone, the majority of 9to5Mac readers who took part in our poll appear to approve, with 73 percent voting in favor of the design.

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