If we have learned anything it is that when you see a concept of an upcoming smartphone, more often than not they never look anything like the final design. A fine example of this is with the Samsung Galaxy S5, although because Samsung had promised a radical design change it was obvious that this would spark off some rather interesting renders.
This is also the case with the iPhone 6 because there have also been some very ambitious designs. And while most of them will never see the light of day, there is one that could be the most accurate iPhone 6 concept yet.
It’s all very well viewing some of the more radical iPhone 6 designs, but we all know that Apple loves to play it safe and sticks with practicality, meaning we should not expect a curved design or one that features no bezel at all.
The iPhone 6 that looks to be the most practical, which you can seen in the video below, is more of a minor evolution of the 5S and has a 4.7-inch display with much thinner bezels. This concept is slightly thinner than Apple’s current smartphone, although not as thin as some of the other concepts we have seen.
If you were asked if you would rather a minor design change over the 5S or a more radical iPhone 6 design, which of the two would you rather choose and why?
Personally, I would rather the iPhone 6 would not look exactly like the video concept below and a return to a glass front and rear seems to be a far more popular choice. Most people are put off by the S model because it isn’t a big enough change to warrant an upgrade, so we need to see a greater design change in order to purchase the new model.
As to when the iPhone 6 release date will be, we find is very strange why some people would believe it will be earlier than September, which we have elaborated more on in a recent article.
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