Designer Andrew Fox from London has created a new vision for the iPhone 8, a concept that seems to be based on modularity. This mockup comes from the idea that the iPhone is a timeless and precious design, that should last the user for 10+ years.
Andrew wants to see an indestructible iPhone, a modular one, that lets you swap out components and should work easily for a decade. There’s a dual camera a the back, still with a single LED flash and the volume buttons are a tad too minimalistic to be real. We’ve also got an edge to edge screen and the plastic cutouts at the back are very minimal, too.
The result is a non-slippery, durable phone, made from “economical materials” and offering a replaceable battery, as well as replaceable storage, camera and CPU. It comes with wireless charging, waterproof case, dual lens camera, OLED display and comes in 3 sizes: small, medium and large, at 4 inches, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches respectively.
Shown in white or black, the iPhone 8 also gets a set of wireless headphones with Bluetooth in the mix. They also charge wirelessly, like the phone. Be sure to read more on the topic on the designer’s Behance page, because he has some interesting ideas.