Within just a few days of Apple unveiling iOS 7 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference last week, a creative designer came out with a concept of what iPhone 6 might look like with the new software.
ADR Studio's iPhone 6 vision includes an edge-to-edge aluminum shell, a 4.3-inch Retina display, a touchpad home button for improved use of games and other apps, plus an 18mp camera with double power flash LED and a noise reducer. Underneath the covers: an A7 quad-core processor. A fingerprint identity system secures the device and enables e-commerce transactions. The concept design even has a tagline: "The Sign of Design. With You in mind."
The UI on the iPhone 6 design is that of iOS 7, the beta version and SDK of which are already in developers' hands. Among other things, iOS 7 features simplified icons, lighter colors and more streamlined typefaces.
Antonio De Rosa, the man behind Italy's ADR Studio, has previously released concepts for other Apple products, including the iWatch and the iPhone SJ, with the SJ standing for Steve Jobs.
The iPhone-o-sphere has been filled with cool and crazy ideas for the next great Apple product ever since iPhone 5 debuted last September.
We've collected a bunch of the best in this slideshow: iPhoneys the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S edition. Some feature bigger screens, other home buttons on the side and others feature many colors of phones.
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