New iPhone 5 Concept Renderings


The iPhone 5, or the “New iPhone” which some people are calling it, will most likely come with a larger screen, thinner form factor and 4G LTE.  But in all reality, we have no idea what it will look like. Perhaps Apple will go towards a more iPod-esque design, reverting back to the natural curves of the 3GS, or they may go with a larger, boxy iPhone 4 style.  ADR Studio has come up with their latest vision of how the iPhone 5 will look like, and they are also speculating on some of its features.

“Every Apple concept is a new challenge.The cool thing is you can use your own imagination to create some features don’t exist on the market, focusing on design aspect and futuristic approaches.

First of all it’s sim-less: it doesn’t use a simcard by our phone mobile operator. It can grab your data directly by the mobile network, also in 4G LTE.  It uses a new audio section, with two panel speakers, on the rear of it aluminum forged unibody.  All the controls are now on the top and the edge is so thin!  The great news is the new iPhone haven’t just one retina display. It has three ones!

One strip screen is on the top, to show you all the network infos, clocks, notifications and so on. The bottom one is for App dock, multitasking panel and so on. The central one is only for the desktop: more space, more freedom.  The home button is integrated into bottom strip display and it can be activate thanks to the closer motion sensor.  Obviously the new iPhone has Siri, gyroscope on 4 axis, motion sensor, as you know and the other great features of the previous iPhone 4s. In addition you’ve a “led powered edge”. You can use it to show the strength of battery life or to show you a preferred caller: you can choose the color thanks to the led edge dedicated app.”


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3 Comments

  1. Jeff Kee says:

    Also I understand your desire for more pageviews, but your image gallery absolutely blows. I have to reload a whole page for each thumbnail click!!! (Unless your javascript module is broken and is falling back to the regular links temporarily). 

  2. Jeff Kee says:

    So does this really have any credibility based on Apple sources, or is it just a wild speculation? I know nothing of ADR so far. 

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