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The Next Generation Of iPhones: Images Of New Slick And Slimmer Iphone Surfaces
The Next Generation Of iPhones: Images Of New Slick And Slimmer Iphone Surfaces

Smartphone lovers rejoice, and apple fans here’s something for you to gloat about to your Samsung and Sony rivals, the world’s most valuable company apple is reportedly on the works creating their new iPhone.

Apple surprised a number of people last year when it unveiled its super-thin iPad Air, and rumours suggest it could be working on making an equally slender version of its iPhone.

Two concept images have emerged that show Apple’s next-generation handset with a slender chassis, as well as a larger 5-inch screen similar to those seen on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One.

The first concept predicts the phone - dubbed the 'iPhone Air' - will be 4.5mm thick, while the second goes a step further showing the device as 1.5mm at the top and 3mm at the bottom.


Up until August last year, Huawei was the record-holder for the thinnest phone in the world with its Ascend P6, at 6.18mm. This was then replaced by the Vivo X3 at just 5.75mm. 

In order to make the Apple phone super-thin, Fuse Chicken’s concept suggests doing away with the physical home button in place of touchscreen keys. Embed

SET Solution’s concept, instead, keeps the home button by making the bottom of the phone thicker than the top.

It also appears taller than Fuse Chicken’s version in order to fit the larger screen.

Apple’s iPhone has one of the smallest screens on the market and many experts predicted the screen on the iPhone 5S would be the first to break the 4-inch mark - but it didn't. 

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has previously said his firm has kept to smaller screens because they’re easier to use and more comfortable to hold in the hand.

However with arch rivals Samsung making larger screens apple might have to up their game to appeal to buyers.

We wait in awe for apples next big thing, hopes it come with equally longer battery life.

Source: Dailymail

 

 

 

 





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