IPhone 6 concept video: Is this what we should expect from Apple?
A British design artist has created an iPhone 6 concept video that shows what users might expect from Apple when the tech giant announces its next iPhone.
The video shows an “iPhone Air” that features a 4.7-inch full 1080p HD screen. The device in the video is also 0.28 inches thick, about 9% thinner than the iPhone 5s, and 8% larger, to accommodate the bigger screen.
Additionally, the smartphone in the video features a 10-megapixel camera -- the iPhone 5s features an 8-megapixel camera.
The concept was created by Sam Beckett of the app development firm Everpress. Beckett has no association with Apple, but he managed to successfully mimic Apple’s marketing style.
“IPhone and iOS are the sole property of Apple, Inc.,” Beckett wrote in the video, letting users know that Apple has no connection with his concept. “This is an independently animated video for the purposes of visualizing potential future hardware and software concepts.”
Later this year, though, Apple is expected to release a new device including many of the features listed by Beckett.
Since late 2013, there have been multiple reports that the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech company will release one or possibly two new iPhones featuring screens larger than the one on the iPhone 5s, which has a 4-inch screen.
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