The growing list of “iPhone 6” leaked visuals, components and schematics seem to be never-ending at the moment. Rarely does a day go by at the moment without someone claiming to have inside knowledge of Apple’s supply chain through which they have extracted the exact design and visuals of the next-generation iPhone. Rarely do these predictions turn out to be true. Still, the annual pre-release dance is always entertaining, bringing with it some beautiful looking concepts and renders from some of the Internet’s best designers. The latest visuals, and perhaps the most convincing and aesthetically pleasing yet, come from designer Mark Pelin and aim to incorporate all of the most reputable leaks into one single artist’s impression.
It’s unbelievably hard, if not entirely impossible, for any designer to produce a pixel perfect render of a product that hasn’t even been officially announced, let alone released to the marketplace. As we get closer to Apple opening the curtain on the iPhone 6 it’s highly likely that we’ll have more solid information pertaining to the device itself. However, until then, a recent report has suggested that the majority of leak-based concepts don’t really come close to perfectly visualizing the hardware. Pelin’s design is not only beautiful, but could potentially be the closest to hitting the mark that we’ve seen.
It’s pretty much accepted that Apple’s new hardware will be offered with a 4.7 and 5.5-inch display, a change that is reflected in these renders. The concept also introduces the accentuated rounded corners that begin where the Retina display meets the bezel, seamlessly blending into the rear of the device.
The existing physical buttons on the current-generation hardware are honored. Volume up, volume down, the power button and the Home button that houses the biometric Touch ID sensor are all present.
On the whole we would say that this is a fairly accurate representation of what Apple could have in store for us. The visuals do an impressive job of sorting through, filtering and visualizing the plethora of leaks that we’ve seen over the last few months. If Apple does ultimately end up launching a device that is even close to these predictions then we will definitely be in line to snap it up.
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