If you like the design of the 6th generation iPod Nano, then you’re going to like this new iPhone 5 concept created by Antoine Brieux of NAK Studio and the concept is is made of magnesium alloy based casing, sports a bigger Retina Display with 1104-by-730 pixel resolution, enhanced camera, notification LED panel, powered by an A5-chip for 3D games.And also designer Michal Bonikowski used all the Apple leaks, speculation and rumours as inspiration to make what he thinks could be the new iPhone 5, boasting a larger touchscreen display, probably 4.3 inches…………
The new iPhone 5 concept comes from NAK Studio’s Antoine Brieux. His concept of the iPhone 5 seems to be heavily inspired by the 6th-gen iPod nano. The concept iPhone 5’s body consists of a single Magnesium-alloy based casing which holds the electronics that is itself sandwiched between two pieces of glass. The glass on the front packs a 4-inch 1100-by-730 pixel display which is of the same pixel density as the current Retina Displays on iPhone 4/iPod touch 4G. The way they doubled the display resolution from 3GS to 4 was a genius move that Apple won’t replicate from 4 to 5 for the simple reason that Apple just wouldn’t want to break apps that currently work at 960×640 and 480×320 resolutions on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3G/S, respectively. Few renders of the concept is diven below:
Industrial designer Michal Bonikowski has also created another concept of what the new iPhone 5 might look like and in his conceptual version Michal converts glass enclosure into proven aluminum; steel frame remains as a reference to the previous version and directly to the iPad 2. Also, the key functions is converted from mechanical to sensory. Michal Bonikowski‘s iPHone 5 concept images are below:
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