Today we have an excellent concept phone for you and simply because it’s highly detailed and includes both fresh hardware and software. It’s the iPhone 7 with iOS 10, rendered by iPhone-Tricks.com and they do have quite a few tricks up their sleeves.
Tag: iPhone 7
Designer Arthur Reis has a new vision for the iPhone 7. First thing, it’s a metallic phone with a glossy design and slightly more curved than its predecessors. It’s got both a thinner and stronger body, this time made of a stainless steel alloy.
At some point during the many interviews with Steve Jobs, he said he doesn’t care about marketing and studies, because he knows better than the consumer what the consumer wants. This strategy also seems to apply under Tim Cook’s rule, but what if Apple actually listened to its fans? This
One of the last concepts of the year 2015 is going to be the iPhone 7 render below, created by Justin Quinn. Luckily, this design strays from the norm and delivers us an iPhone 7 that’s atypical, in that it highlights the Home button.
The Internet went crazy about a day ago over a video of the iPhone 7 prototype, apparently snatched right out of a Foxconn plant. It almost seems too good and scripted, so let’s dissect the clip and see what’s wrong with it.
Leave it to German designers to stun us every time. Yesterday we saw the Samsung Galaxy S7 design commissioned by Martin Hajek to a German site and today we come across an iPhone 7 with no audio jack, new design and an iPhone 7c/ iPhone 7 Mini also pictured.
One of the main problems that reviewers had with the iPhone 6s was its lack of really innovative technologies, that were present on other rival handsets. Take for example wireless charging…
A few years ago when the iPad design changed drastically, concept designers started imagining the iPhones using the same design language. They weren’t that far off, since the pill shaped buttons got transplanted to the iPhones, as well as the rounded edges. And today we come across an iPhone 7
How thin is too thin? One or two years ago smartphone makers were about to break the 4 and 5 mm barrier for the waistline of handsets. They stopped at around 4 mm and even that’s not very practical and makes the device prone to breaks and bends. Now the
“Wow this is the first iPhone 7 concept I’ve seen!” said no one ever… There’s no shortage of such concepts, but when they’re made by Jermaine Smit we suddenly pay attention, because he has a good track record. And now here’s a teaser from him: