From the same mind that brought us a true-to-detail, otherworldly-physchic iPhone 5 mock-up that panned out to be an inconceivably accurate depiction of the shipped device, comes a telling tale of what the next iPhone could look like. While throwing some creative flair into it, the guideline of a recent prototype’s description was followed in the creation of a striking new phone that makes for a great object of… hope? Decide for yourself if this “iPhone 6″ mock-up is deserving of being lusted over or demurred against.
Despite an initial launch that made spur-of-the-moment ordering nearly impossible, Apple has done what would have been inconceivable four months ago: lowered its order for the iPhone 5's production in the first quarter of 2013 by a significant, apprehension-inducing amount that is either foretelling or downright embarrassing. With reports ablaze that the next iPhone could launch around June, this could very well be fuel for a convincing fire.
Just moments ago, Apple has pulled the curtain off of the very hotly-anticipated next generation of iPhone. As expected, the device does carry the name of iPhone 5. While being the "most beautiful iPhone yet," it also claims the title of thinnest, lightest, and fastest in more ways than one while taking the jump to a bigger, better 4" display. Join us after the break for a very extensive list of specifics on the stunning iPhone 5.
As a follow up of sorts to the images of the next iPhone that surfaced last week, electronics parts company eTrade Supply has uploaded a video (just minutes prior to this posting) showcasing what the back looks like in, err, a posing shot… as well as a full 360-degree overview
Last year, Sega's Super Monkey Ball [App Store, $3.99] served as an ideal launch title for the App Store, introducing players to accelerometer-driven games. Recently, Sega indicated that Super Monkey Ball 2 will emerge for the iPhone 18 months after the original was released for the App Store.