iPhone 6 Concept Takes Us Even Further Into the Future

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Designer Archil Vardidze recently showed us a new iPhone concept, that moves even further away from the current innovations. This is the iPhone 6, that got rid of the antenna problem by moving it externally. Button material has changed and the device is based on an aluminum shell.

Solar batteries are also featured on this handset, expanding the life of the iPhone 6 and as far as the design is concerned, the new iPhone is more square-ish, but still slim. The look of the Home button has changed and it makes it look as if it has push levels, possibly for more than one command. Also, this iPhone seems a big longer and wider than its predecessors.

iPhone 7 anyone? What do you think about this device?

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  • mitchell hann

    cool iphone wish i had one just needs better camera

  • PAUL PAOLINO

    I HAVE THE I PHONE 4S I LIKE THE LOOK OF IT THIS CONCEPT 6 LOOKS MORE LIKE A PLASTIC TOY
    PHONE,

    ONE THING I HOPE THEY ADD IS A LED LIGHT THAT BLACKBERRY HAS THAT WILL BLINK WHEN SOME ONE
    SENDS AN E MAIL OR TEXT.

    SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE PHONE WHEN ITS DOWN ON A TABLE YOU KNOW WHEN A MASSAGE IS ON IT.

    FOR APPLE TO HAVE LEFT THIS OUT FROM THERE PHONES IS A MYSTERY.

    I HOPE THIS FEATURE

  • notstupid

    @TECHNO-FREAK –
    Are you really this stupid?
    You really think this design came from Apple??

    Trying to decide which is more disturbing:

    1) The fact that so many of you actually think this hideous thing looks good.

    2) The fact that many of you think that someone at Apple created this mockup.

    It’s a toss up.

  • notstupid

    Actually, what is more disturbing than both of those things is the fact that this guy believes his design is any good. It’s really amateurish in terms of the WAY off perspectives in every single shot another poster pointed out. It’s also just plain ugly. There is nothing at all appealing about this concept. Nothing.

    Do not quit your day job.