So far, most of the concept design of Apple’s next flagship iPhone release, iPhone 5, have been in black. This, despite the fact that Apple has a knack of releasing its iPhone both as black and white models. So now, Martin Hajek has now designed a 3D version of what a white version of iPhone 5 may look like.
The design has been dished out by Hajek while trying to construct it upon all the popular rumors that are available about the next iPhone. For instance, it features aluminum and chrome unibody.
With the chrome accents, the white model will look excellent and its speakers will look really cool on the white. The back panel, which will comprise of both two-toned aluminum and white-plastic, looks super cool. I have conventionally liked the looks of Apple’s black iPhone but if indeed Apple sticks to its plan of using aluminum-chrome unibody, the white model may look even better than the black one.
Hajek modeled these images in Rhinoceros 3D and you can view them all in their details over here.
Source: Martin Hajek