The next iPhone will feature a radical redesign and 3D imaging smarts. Or at least it will if design don and long-time iFancier Ran Avni has anything to do with it.
The latest concept iPhone from the scrapbook of Avni, who was also behind a render we covered last week, reimagines the handset with a curved 4.8-inch screen of the sort that Samsung is known to be investigating. A black and white two-tone back is also present and correct.
And its features set it apart from current-gen iPhones too. Not least the eight-megapixel 3D camera, with stereoscopic smarts, which is unlikely to find favour with some of the more serious-minded hardware sorts at Apple.
A 3.2-megapixel front-facing camera also makes an appearance, as does iO7. Although, Avni doesn’t appear to have attempted to imagine what the rumoured new, flatter version of Apple’s OS will look like when it shows up next month.
The real iPhone 5S / iPhone 6, meanwhile, isn’t expected to show its face until September and may or may not be accompanied by the fabled low-cost Apple handset.