Giorgi Tedoradze is rushing to 2015, leaving behind the iPhone 6. He imagines the version after the one shown this month and he calls it the iPhone 6 Air. It’s even bigger than the iPhone 6, it has sloped sides and it’s very, very thin.
The newcomer has a 5.5 inch display with a Full HD resolution, the new Apple A8 chipset, a quad core 1.8 GHz setup and a new camera. This is a 10 megapixel shooter with optical image stabilization and the iPhone 6 Air also brings the typical metallic case, Touch ID and very narrow screen bezels. It runs iOS 9, with a passive part of the screen, new symbols and icons and an active part of the screen.
iOS 9 will create segments of the screen according to its needs. The specs of the iPhone 6 Air include a Li-Po 2600 mAh battery, with up to 320 hours of standby and up to 11 hours of talk time. The front camera is a 2 MP unit and the back camera benefits from dual LED flashes. Volume buttons are yet again redesigned, this time as rectangular pieces of plastic, while the On/Off button stays on the side, like on the iPhone 6.
What do you think of this approach?
[Via Giorgi Tedoradze]