With the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, dozens of concept designs that fueled the excitement ensued by the anticipation of a fresh device more or less right following the iPhone 5 and 5s were released, have somehow been over ambitious – well at least by Apple’s standards. Martin Hajek, the guy who earlier issued rendered images of what the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 may look like following a iPhone 6 design language before the two were launched, has just released his rendition of iPhone 7 Concept.
Never to take credit away from Apple, the iPhone 6 / 6 Plus is a daring vary from all that we’ve seen before and Hugo Barra did call it probably the most beautiful smartphone ever built, and with the increased screen sizes, work well done. Many of us though do still feel Apple could do better.
Hajek shows us what the long run may hold for iPhone users together with his scintillating design. He’s actually kept it fairly simple this time around, but has virtually hit the bull’s-eye in what most users expect future smartphones to be like. However a design can be pretty however it is a huge flop if not practical.
The concept images show the new iPhone 7 as a tool which virtually retains the shell of the iPhone 6 / 6 Plus, however now sports a present that reaches the edges – all 4 sides – wrapping around the Touch ID Home button and the top speaker grill.
It might seem like reaching corners could be tricky given the large screens, however it will soon be really neat in the sense that this may allow Apple to increase screen size while cutting the size of the body.