updated 10:47 am EDT, Thu August 28, 2014
Device should also have larger internal speaker
New photos from French site Nowhereelse indicate that the iPhone 6 will again come in silver, gold, and "space gray" tone. SIM trays and Touch ID sensors all show the same range of colors used for the iPhone 5s. The trays may also be somewhat curved, presumably to fit the rounded edges on the iPhone 6's chassis.
Other photos depict parts like a larger internal speaker, and a new vibration motor -- both previously rumored. The phone also appears to use an embedded Apple logo, as with the first-generation iPhone. Nowhereelse notes that the logo can be scratched by a knife, which dispels some speculation that the part would be made of scratch-resistant material.
Apple is generally expected to announce the iPhone 6 on September 9, although event invites have yet to be sent out to the media. The same event may be used to introduce the long-speculated heath and fitness wearable device, the iWatch.