The iPhone 5s will soon be replaced by the iPhone 6 and as that time gets closer we are seeing lots of iPhone 6 concepts of what people want the device to look like and what features they want.
It was revealed last year that Apple assigned a dedicated team to develop the “iWatch” the Cupertino company is expected to launch the smartwatch later this year. We aren’t really sure of what it will look like, but there are plenty of concept designs out there.
This beautiful ‘Apple TV touch’ concept created by CURVED/labs features a touchscreen remote. The main attraction is the revamped remote control, redesigned as a touch device that might be wirelessly rechargeable via Apple TV. iPhone 5 / 5s / 5c are still functioning as remote controls, a separate App Store for Apple TV should be available. With 9,8 x 9,8 cm, it comes in the same size as the 2-year-old 3rd generation, but will be thinner with 1,67 cm. Models to be available in grey, gold and silver.
French designer Antoine Brieux has created some absolutely stunning renders of what a Liquidmetal iPhone could look like, and although we’ve stumbled across quite a few wonderful concepts in our time, this very latest one can only be described as astounding.
ADR Studio’s Antonio De Rosa, the designer behind many unofficial Apple concept products in the past, just published his latest design– the iPhone SJ. According to ADR, the concept would include a “Totally glass capacitive screen on a polycarbonate lightweight body” and a moniker inspired by Steve Jobs.
The Moject project proved that smartphones and pico projectors do indeed have a thing for one another, but Ethan Janson has taken things one step further with an unnamed contraption that holds his iPhone 3GS, a Microvision Show WX and an “ancient” point-and-shoot camera. Put simply, the handmade thingamajig allows him to play his iPhone games on a far larger screen, and since the Show WX is continually in focus regardless of distance from walls, there’s never a blurring issue when flailing about in order to control the gameplay. The full skinny is down there in the source, but shortcut takers can head straight past the break for a video.
As if Sony’s PlayStation Move, Nintendo’s Wii and Microsoft’s Project Natal weren’t evidence enough, we’re here to inform you that motion gaming is here to stay… for awhile, anyway. One area where it hasn’t quite taken over in full force is the mobile sector, but Dave & Adie are angling to change that.