Just a few days ago designer Hasan Kaymak created a beautiful Samsung Galaxy S10 concept and now that’s followed by an equally impressive iPhone concept. This time it seems to jump on the bandwagon of sliding camera phones and you’ll see why below. The device’s concept video will appear in
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I’ve seen rounded phone concepts before, even iPhone concepts, but I never get what they’re about. The format of the 2016 handset is pretty much set in stone and the game changing won’t come from a circular device. But that doesn’t stop a part of me from liking these handsets.
Well, there are futuristic concepts and then there’s the model below. It’s a steampunk piece of work, a throwback to the 1920s era of telephones, that were still a prized possession, since they were not widespread yet. We’re dealing with a sort of iPhone integration within this old school piece.
Oh boy, did we miss those absurd concepts like the hologram phones or devices made of nano particles… Here’s one for you today, a hologram iPhone courtesy of Set Solution from Italy. They envisioned an iPhone concept that’s able to project on its sides images from the screen using holograms.
ADR Studio never ceases to amaze us with incredible Apple concepts and now Antonio De Rosa has done it again. Meet the iPhone Plus design, a branding that Apple might actually apply to the iPhone 5. They already did that with the Macintosh Plus, so why not here as well?
Jsus is the same designer that showed us the Xperia Play 2 concept and some other very interesting designs. Now he’s back with an iPhone concept, that promises a revolution and uses a slightly curved back. Notice the big departure from the small rounded volume buttons on the iPhone 4S
Today we’ve got two interesting iPhone concepts, that rely on the idea of a flexible display with seamless design. The two newcomers are iPhone Ace, the slider type smartphone below and the iPhone Jocker, that folds within the outer flexible screen. The designs belong to redskyline7. Both models feature realistic
Designer Samuel Lee Kwon created an interesting iPhone concept, meant to be worn around the wrist and project a virtual display in the user’s palm. It’s all shown in the images below and as you can see, the device does sport a tiny touchscreen, displaying the vital stuff (missed calls,
WWDC 2010’s first keynote has jus ended, with Steve Jobs introducing the brand new iPhone 4… not the iPhone 4G, not the iPhone HD. The device is everything we knew from the leaks and Gizmodo analysis, but the design it not at all surprising, specially when compared to these concepts.
I hope that designer Angelo Santiago won’t mind us laughing when we first saw this concept, but we couldn’t help it…I mean, come on, an iPhone concept that is fixed on the user’s pupil via iDrops?! “Liquid nano technology?!” At least it’s environmentally friendly… he claims. Bio-engineering is certainly not