An iPhone 5 Concept That’s Evolutionary

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iPhone 5 Concept by Michal Bonikowski

The Apple iPhone 5 is possibly the most talked about, speculated smartphone for the past half a year. Will it be powered by the dual-core A5? Will it have a 4″ Retina Display? An 8MP camera? Is it a world phone with multi-band including LTE? What would it look like? Thinner, lighter, wider, sexier? Most importantly, would it be called an iPhone 5? Or a speed-bumped iPhone 4s?


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Speculate all you want, but designer Michal Bonikowski seems to think that there’s only that much you can do to improve perfection. His renderings of the iPhone 5 seem to point to a design language that is evolutionary, rather than revolutionary. It still retains its metal bezel and familiar front fascia. The back is metal, replacing glass on the current iPhone 4.

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Personally, I find this design very appealing and desirable. It retains the iPhone’s premium, sleek form factor. Changes are subtle but ultimately works well in a coherent package.

Sweet. Would you buy one of these? I would 🙂 Do you like this concept? Tell me what you think.

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  • Aro717

    Mr Vernon,Is it worth to have Galaxy S II now or just wait for IPhone 5?

    • Good question. Although the iPhone 5 hasn’t been released, expect it to be kick-ass, as the iPhone 4 was. The only thing is, can you wait for another couple of months? If you’re an iPhone fan, then go ahead and wait.

      The SII in my opinion, the best Android smartphone in the market right now. If you can’t wait to get a smartphone, get this, or even an iPhone 4 wouldn’t hurt either.

  • Josh Lim

    There’s a speculation that it may be a carbon fiber back. Apple recently hired a carbon fiber expert – http://www.intomobile.com/2011/04/11/apple-hires-carbon-fiber-expert-over-20-years-experience-new-design-language-imminent/

    • I’m hoping the carbon fiber would be translated into its line of notebooks. But still, a carbon fibre phone would be pretty nice. BTW, don’t forget Apple has a ‘liquid metal’ factory. That’s an interesting thought for the future.