Apple products have always fascinated people with their breakthrough designs that are a beautiful and user-friendly at the same time. Gadget designers all over the world like to try their hand at designing latest Apple devices from time to time and the most famous of these designers is Antonio De Rosa of ADR studios who has come up with another amazing mock-up of the next generation iPhone.
Although it hasn’t been long since the previous iPhone 4S was launched, every one is rambling about the next iteration as if it were coming by the end of next week!
Keeping up with the trend, this new concept portrays Rosa’s own take on the design of the iPhone 5 and its rather out of the box thinking that also provided specifications of this unique mock-up.
The device seems to be extremely slim and sleek, with a boat-shaped body that is thicker in the middle to accommodate all the hardware. Voice Control buttons seem to be moved on to the top side in order to retain its sleek design.
The screen seems to be split into two narrow screen strips that are shown at the top and bottom of a main desktop screen. The top strip provides network info whereas the bottom screen division acts as a multitasking dock. It may be creative to divide the screen as such but doesn’t seem to be worthwhile nor a great feature from usability point of view.
The home button also seems to be placed in the middle of this strip which might not be a good idea.
The creativity isn’t limited to the phone’s design but extends to the features as well. There is no place for the sim card of a mobile carrier rather all the data gets automatically downloaded and stored from the mobile network . While other features include Siri, 4-axis gyroscope, two panel built-in speakers, motion sensors, Retina Display, 4G LTE technology and LED enabled edges that may be used to show battery levels with different colours or a caller group.