A new case for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is being tested in Germany, according to a report from the German magazine Der Spiegel.
The cover of the issue features a silver-colored iPhone 6 Plus case that is made from copper.
It’s currently in testing at the local Apple Store in the city of Münster, according the report.
Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus case design is very similar to the iPhone 5S case.
The 6s case has a metal back with a rounded edge and a rounded front.
The iPhone 6 case has glass front and back with metal trim.
Both cases have a rubberized cover with a back that is thinner than the iPhone’s.
The front and rear cover can be folded in a way that will fit the iPhone, but the sides of the iPhone case can’t be folded.
The case is made of a material that looks like the plastic found on a MacBook.
The aluminum case has rounded edges and the back of the case has two holes.
The cover of an iPhone 6 cover in the German Apple Store.
Image: AP Photo/Markus Schreiber Apple has not yet confirmed the launch of the new case.
A spokesman told Ars Technic that the company is “looking forward to sharing the details” of the device, which is expected to be unveiled later this year.
Apple is planning to unveil its next-generation iPhone at its event later this month.