Our partners … ELECTRICSPROKET … came across this awesome concept of the iPhone 5 and this is what they had to say:
We found this today and just had to share. Normally we tend to not focus on rumors or speculation on the newest tech gadgets but this is a concept and neither of the two.
By far this has to be the best concept of the next-gen iPhone that I have seen to date. If Apple were to release this very device I think they would have the highest sales on this device they have ever seen. This concept was designed by Jon Fawcett who owns and operates Fawcett Designs. A company that works with photo realistic renderings and animations. The concept specs are 4.14″ Hieght, 2.25″ width, .275″ depth and has a 4″ diagonal wide-screen display. It also dawns a 10MP iSight camera and a 5MP from facing camera. The audio has Quad speakers for stereo sound in either landscape or portrait modes.
This is just an awesome design! and by the way the dock cable is not a render, its real.
For a picture of the dock cable and more on the concept of the iPhone 5, Click Here: … ELECTRICSPROKET IPHONE 5 CONCEPT PICTURES …
iLounge had this to say yesterday about the iPhone 5.
Whether you call it the “iPhone 5,” the “iPhone 6,” or the “iPhone 4G”—well, maybe not the last one thanks to international regulators—the new iPhone is coming this fall, and we have some details to share. They match and expand upon details we received back in March, suggesting that Apple is abandoning the long-rumored “teardrop-shaped iPhone 5” in favor of another glass-bodied design.
What we’ve learned: the new iPhone will indeed be longer and thinner than the iPhone 4 and 4S. Approximate measurements are 125mm by 58.5mm by 7.4mm—a 10mm jump in height, nearly 2mm reduction in thickness, and virtually identical width. According to our source, Apple will make one major change to the rear casing, adding a metal panel to the central back of the new iPhone. This panel will be flat, not curved, and metal, not ceramic. Our artist’s rendition provides a rough idea of what this change will look like; it echoes the current-generation iMac design, to be sure.
Note that the new iPhone is expected to be made partially from Gorilla Glass 2, which can be manufactured thinner with identical strength to the earlier iPhones’ Gorilla Glass, or at the same thickness with greater strength. The change in height will include a lengthening of the prior 3.5” screen to roughly 4” on the diagonal. As the new iPhone won’t widen, this appears to confirm that Apple will change the new iPhone’s aspect ratio for the first time since the original iPhone was introduced in 2007, adding additional pixels to the top and bottom of the screen. A change of this sort took place between the fourth and fifth generations of the iPod nano, but didn’t impact any third-party software. This obviously will.
Apple will also introduce its new Dock Connector on the new iPhone. The new port will be a little larger than the bottom speaker or microphone hole on the iPhone 4/4S. It’s believed to have fewer pins than the prior 30-pin Dock Connector, perhaps only 16, and the shape of the hole is apparently closer to a pill shape than the prior rounded rectangle. It will be used on all upcoming devices, including an update to the iPod touch that’s expected this year, and will almost certainly feature a similarly updated screen and CPU. Will Apple call it the “new iPod touch,” just like the “new iPad,” and most likely, the “new iPhone?” Or is it finally time to just call it the “new iPod?”