I am an iphone 4 owner I love it, it’s also my opinion. Since I am such a huge fan of the 4 I can only assume that the new 5 whenever it comes out and whatever the new features will be will rock my world. The iPhone 5 might not be arriving any time soon, but that hasn’t stopped artists and design firms from creating their own mock-ups.
After analyzing the various iPhone 5 rumors, Italian designer Federico Ciccarese came up with these gorgeous renders. Ciccarese’s vision of the iPhone 5 predicts a slightly curved back. The body of the phone, in fact, looks similar to Apple’s Magic Mouse. The display is flat and “retina” in nature and the phone tapers off at the top and bottom. The headphone jack has moved to the side to accommodate the new design and the back looks to be blasted aluminum, similar to what is used on the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac. This isn’t the first time Ciccarese has mocked up his own version of future Apple products. In addition to previously trying to design the fifth-generation iPhone (what would become the iPhone 4S), Ciccarese has also taken on concepts such as the iScreen, his vision of the rumored integrated television from Apple. We love the way the mockup details the glowing Apple on the back of the phone. It’s the sort of design touch that we think Jony Ive and company could even appreciate.
This is not the new iPhone but I love the concepts that are being thought up. I also know that a pair of Jaybirds would really accent the new iPhone. Technology is constantly changing and phones and other devices seem to be out dated before they even get old. Whatever the new iPhone looks like and whatever the new features are I will be ready and waiting.
What do you think of these mockups? What would you like to see in the iPhone 5?
Graphics and concept courtesy Federico Ciccarese/CiccareseDesign
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