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You bet.

It’s time to take a closer look at what the “new” iPhone 6 and 6 Plus might look like. In case you hadn’t noticed, Apple is taking things more or less in the direction of the Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindle Fire.

Here are a few new photos of the iPhone 6/6 Plus:

As usual, we were provided this sample for review.

The design appears to be a straight copy of the Samsung Galaxy S6. The glass on the front side of the device has a nice glossy effect in black. On the top, there’s the power button and volume rocker. The volume control button is on the back, though it looks like it should use capacitive buttons.

On the bottom, the USB-C connector is on the top. The bottom speaker grille is also back there.

There will apparently be an LTE radio on all versions of the new iPhone. This was one of the main selling points of the iPhone 6 – it would be easy to carry around for the next year or two.

We may be looking at a slightly thicker device in the upcoming 3.5 mm thinner 6 and 7 sizes. A 5.5 mm thick device might be just around the corner.

At least there appears to be two antennas on the top and bottom of the phone. The iPhone 6 Plus features the new EarPods, which should be pretty useful for people that might not want to have multiple earbuds around.

We should also get more photos of the display shortly – we’ll see what this looks like in person. While we can’t confirm this is the new glass on the back, it seems like we won’t be seeing anything particularly fancy – like this iPhone 6 Plus – in the near future.
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Apple has made the most of the iPhone 6 Plus by removing the 3.5 mm headphone jack and doubling up on the speaker. In fact, if there were ever a time for a iPhone with a “3.5 mm jack,” this is it.

One last question we have is when will the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus be available? We know it will debut in September (though that doesn’t really mean much), and it will be available for purchase by Apple customers starting September 30 in the US and October 9 in the UK.

Of course, we’re not exactly sure what “3.5 mm jack” will mean. Will it just mean that the device can plug right in into

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Is guitar harder than piano? – Flowkey Piano Compatibility
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