The iPhone 5c was Appleâ€™s venture to make a cheaper, plastic iPhone that would help it gain more marketshare in the mid-range smartphone segment. It hasnâ€™t worked out well, as buyers are purchasing the more advanced iPhone 5s, but a new concept shows how Apple could take the iPhone â€ścâ€ť lineup further into the future.
If rumors are to be believed, Appleâ€™s all set to deliver a major refresh to its iPhone lineup with the iPhone 6. The device will reportedly come in two variants, both with larger screens and a thinner design. Hereâ€™s a concept video byÂ ConceptsiPhoneÂ that shows these features.
Ciccarese Design has posted new renderings of the iPhone 6, based on recent rumors about Apple releasing two variants with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens.
There may be a long way to go for the launch of the next generation iPhone, but that hasn’t stopped people from coming out with concepts of what the next iPhone may look like.
Designers at SET Solutions have created an iPhone concept dubbed iPhone Air, which as the name indicates has been inspired by the iPad Air.
New iPhone 6 concept inspired by iPad mini/iPad Air design with 4.4-inch Unbreakable Sapphire Screen
When Apple unveiled the iPad mini last year, I just loved the ultra thin design, with the diamond-cut chamfered edges and the sleek metallic finish at the back.
So I was extremely happy to see Apple bring the same design to the iPad Air. What if Apple used the same design for the next generation iPhone?
Rumors suggest that Apple’s working on an iPhone with a curved glass display that could be released in the second half of 2014. The folks at Ciccarese Design have a great concept of what a curved iPhone could look like, which was posted a while back, but is worth looking at given these rumors.
Apple will be launching the next generation iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5S, later this year. It is widely expected to look like the iPhone 5, but come with improved internals and possibly new features such as fingerprint sensor.
There have been rumors that Apple is looking at introducing at least two bigger iPhones, one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.7-inch screen.