Chris Youn envisioned two new interesting iPhone concepts, both with 3D displays. The more appealing one is the iPhone 6 with a 3D curved Super AMOLED screen and a hologram interface. This device is shown below and followed by the picture of an iPhone 5 design that may not be that impressive, but it still gets you thinking.


The iPhone 6 uses 3D sound and 3D hologram technology, on top of a 4.3 inch display and a curved chassis that radically changes the classic iPhone design. The resulting smartphone measure s8.49mm and uses a 3D TouchWiz UX, although I’m sure Samsung would objet strongly to that. Other specs include a dual core processor and possibly a very good camera, maybe even a 3D one. Moving on to the iPhone 5 concept created by Chris Youn, this one involves a 3D Crystal touchscreen, a 16 megapixel camera and a 2.6GHz processor. Here’s the device:

This iPhone 5 provides an incredible 24 hours of video playback, 52 hours of audio playback and measures only 0.38 inches in thickness. There’s also a bunch of nice looking speakers placed around the device, that actually look better to me than the handset. With designs such as these, Apple has a lot to think about if it wants to change the iPhone design…

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