It’s been quite a while since we last saw an iPhone concept, so this one is welcome! Bob Freking imagined a 4.8 inch Retina Display Apple smarpthone, with a seamless design and ports underneath glass cover.
At the back we’ve got a 16 megapixel iSight camera with dual LED flash, while upfront there’s a 4.8 inch Retina Display with reimagined design. The Home button has also been redesigned and seems more separate from the lower section than usual. By the way, this device is called the Apple iPhone X and it gets a trailer shown below. The handset comes with wireless charging, NFC sharing and it’s the thinnest and lightest iPhone ver. It also seems to have a metal shell for the most part, one that’s slightly curved.
I like how the back resembles the one of the older iPhones. Bob Freking even imagined a price tag for the iPhone X concept: $1,199 for the 128 GB version. Specs also include an AX quad core CPU, most likely the A7, 2 GB of RAM and iOS 7.0 probably. Can Apple come up with that for the iPhone 6S maybe?
[Thanks Bob Freking]