iPhone 5 Liquid Metal design and photos look real
Even though the Apple iPhone 5 release could still be months away it doesn’t stop the huge amount of conjecture and rumor about this much-awaited device. We’ve been bringing you developments and rumors as we hear them and today we have news of a great iPhone 5 liquid metal design with photos that show how real it looks.
We’ve seen plenty of other stylish iPhone 5 concepts lately and today’s is no exception. We think if you take a look at the details and some of the available images you might agree with us that this is something that many would like to see for the genuine iPhone 5 when it arrives. One of the many rumors we’ve heard of recently for the iPhone 5 regards a liquid metal design and we already know that Apple has obtained a license to use a Liquidmetal alloy in devices. This concept takes that into account and quite literally has us drooling. It would certainly be a credible design for the next iPhone based on what we’ve heard so far.
News of the concept by French designer Antoine Brieux came to us from iDownloadBlog, sourced from NowhereElse. As you can see there’s no physical home button and we can tell you that this design has a 4.5-inch display. Although we’ve heard of a larger display for the iPhone 5 it’s unlikely that Apple would move to a display this large, especially when considering the difficulties this would cause for third-party apps.
A selection of images shows a tweaked bezel and a 3.5mm audio jack and designer Brieux also feels the internals would feature a quad-core A6 processor. If this is what a Liquidmetal iPhone 5 would look like then we can only imagine that many of us are thinking ‘bring on the liquidmetal!’ We’ve shown just a few of the impressive images so if you want to see more then head to the source link for more photos.
We’d like to hear your thoughts on this new design for the iPhone 5 featuring Liquidmetal. Would you like the Apple iPhone 5 to look like this? Do you have any ideas of your own that you would like to see implemented in the next iPhone design?