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iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go “Yes We Can!”

December 30th, 2008 | by Thrystan |



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Imagine the most daring iPhone concept ever and a bit of HTC design in the mix… You’ll probably think of an Android device, or better, but what Mat Brady did surpasses any imagination. He created a mockup of the current iPhone, called iPhone Elite, that sports a slide out QWERTY keypad and 60 GB of internal memory.

iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go Yes We Can!

Also, iPhone Elite features a display with true 16:9 screen ratio, allowing you to watch movies at a 640 x 360 resolution and add four more icons on the start screen. This superb concept also gets a 1 MP front facing camera, supporting video conferencing and a better camera at the back, using a 5 megapixel sensor with 3x optical zoom, 640 x 480 video capture, image stabilization, red eye reduction, timer, flash and more.

If you think that this fan mockup is “the shiz”, know that Mat Brady sent the design suggestions to Steve Jobs and claimed that he wants the resulting device as a replacement for his N95.

iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go Yes We Can!

However, not all’s well, as the concept can be improved… Jesus Diaz proved it by fixing the keyboard and making it more “rational and compact”, also adding a direction pad and gaming buttons, in order to make the new iPhone a Nintendo DS rival.

The result? An even hotter device, named iPhone Pro, that also brings some minor aesthetic modifications to the camera at the back.

iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go Yes We Can!

iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go Yes We Can!

Which of the two mockups is your favorite? I’d go for the Pro…

[via Unwired View and Gizmodo]

  1. 15 Responses to “iPhone Elite and iPhone Pro Fan Mockups Could Make Steve Jobs Go “Yes We Can!””

  2. By sal on May 16, 2009 | Reply

    apple is making some hot new designs I’m gonna buy at least 2 of the new models but their is no release date anywhere near the models

  3. By jjessy on Jan 10, 2010 | Reply

    OMGOMG !! my heart went BOOMBOOMBOOM when i saw the iphone elite !!!! is this real ?!? because needless to say , i want one so badly now . release date anywhere ?? if its real .

  4. By Blake on Feb 29, 2012 | Reply

    puh! this is definitely an old article. no offense but now we would all laugh

  5. By darius on Apr 11, 2012 | Reply

    this is the new iphone pro

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