iPhone 6 Concept Video Looks Amazing, But Can It Actually Happen?
Apple has showed us futuristic, incredible, fantastic devices for years including the iPhone, iPad, and more. They taught us to dream for the future and imagine what is next, so let’s do it. The iPhone 6 is coming, and expectations are high. The design of the iPhone hasn’t changed too much since the iPhone 4. Apple decided to keep the same shape and simply replace certain elements, which was plenty at the time, but with beautiful and unique phones like the LG G2, HTC One, and Nexus 5 on the market, Apple needs something new.
Some people like to think about the future of mobile technology, others have a hand in making, but over at Set Solutions, they have the best of both worlds. In the set of concept videos below, they designed completely new and absolutely beautiful designs for Apple’s next set of releases. It is important to note that neither of these videos are from Apple or based on anything from the company. They are only concepts.
For the first video, Set Solutions used the name of the new iPad and tacked it onto the next iPhone dubbing it the iPhone AIr. This device is extremely thin and combines colors from all three of Apple’s current iPhone colors, Space Grey, White, and Gold. It is only 1.5mm thin at the top and 3mm at the base and weighing in at only 70 grams. It is literally only half the size of the iPhone 5S. “Obviously there is Touch ID” and not to mention an edge-to-edge display. While I highly doubt this device will ever come to reality, we never know. Apple needs to do some revolutionary this time around, and it’s needless to say that this could definitely be it, even though it’s only a concept.
In their second concept video, Set Solutions shows off a concept for the iPhone 6C. With the iPhone 6C, the C wouldn’t stand for color, but for curved. Apple has been working on curved screen technology for a while now according to some recent patents, but Apple has patents of plenty of things that will never see the light of day. But we can dream can’t we?