As the wait for official news on the Apple iPhone 5 goes on we’re hearing more and more leaks about what may or may not feature and seeing more ideas of what the finished article may look like. Although we’ve brought you some concept iPhone 5 designs before, today we have news of another idea of what the iPhone 5 could look like and as this one is pretty impressive we wanted to share it with you.
Of course nobody yet knows any of the final details of either the specs and features of the iPhone 5 or the appearance although earlier today we told how a component leak suggests a redesign. With Apple’s WWDC next month though many are hoping to hear at least a vague idea of when the release may be. For now though we have to satisfy our iPhone 5 hunger with wondering what it might be like.
This latest concept iPhone 5 designs comes from Jon Fawcett of [Fuse] Chicken and was brought to our attention by Mashable. It’s a pretty notable design that incorporates some of the things that have been rumored and we think many people would like something like this for the real iPhone 5 when it appears. One of the many things speculated has been a LiquidMetal casing, which would enable Apple to make an ultraslim and lightweight iPhone that would still be very durable.
Fawcett’s iPhone 5 design shows a handset only 7mm thick with other dimensions of 4.14-inches x 2.25-inches. To give you some idea of how slim that is, the current iPhone 4S is 9.3mm thick. This concept iPhone 5 also has a larger 4-inch display as has been widely rumored and more unlikely perhaps it also features a 10-megapixel-rear camera and 5-megapixel front-facing camera plus quad speakers. We particularly like the sloped edges to the reverse. We’ve shown just a few of the images although you can see many more at the source links above.
We think this latest iPhone 5 look is striking but we’d like to know what you think. Would you like the genuine iPhone 5 to look like this concept? Have you any other ideas of how you’d like the iPhone 5 to look? Let us know with your comments.