New iOS 12 concept dives into what Apple could do with AR and its stock apps and envisions a system-wide dark mode, smart notifications, and much more.
While the Switch is a very impressive piece of kit for a 1.0 release, what could Nintendo do with an updated version now that it has some additional manufacturing experience behind it? This concept tries to answer that very question.
We've already shared one example of what a (PRODUCT)RED iPhone X could look like, and now we have another example that comes in video form and truly drives the point home.
Following on from a report that claimed Apple is considering producing an iPhone with a curved display that takes advantage of "hover" gestures, designer Martin Hajek has released a number of renders in which he gives some ideas of what this could look like should a real product be announced.
Here's a gorgeous iOS 12 concept showing just how iOS may look when it's unveiled at this years Apple WWDC 2018.
While rumors of the screen sizes set to be offered as part of the 2018 iPhone refresh are perhaps the most interesting available right now, one point that has not been missed by designer Martin Hajek is the news that Apple is said to be getting ready to offer a gold colored iPhone X this year.
This "MacBook Touch" concept envisions what the MacBook Pro would look like with dual touchscreens and a minimum bezel design.
With iPhone X now sporting OLED display, it makes more sense for Apple to include a dark mode in iOS, like the one shown in these concept images.
We have got new iPhone 8 mockups today showing what apps will look like on bezel-less display with top and bottom notches. Here are the details.
This iPhone 8 concept envisions Apple's upcoming smartphone with a transparent glass rear shell, showing off all the glorious internals of the device.