Apple iPhone 6 Concept by Abel Verdezoto

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Even though Apple just released their iPhone 5 last holiday season, it’s never too early to start looking to the next generation smartphone. Featured here is a nice iPhone 6 concept designed by Abel Verdezoto.

iPhone concepts are a dime a dozen, but this is one that actually looks pretty good. The phone sports straight sides, and square corners, along with some nice touches of chrome to provide some contrast to the black base. The Nano slot and 3.5 mm jack are located along the right side of the phone, while the speaker connector is located at the bottom. The power button has been moved from the top to the left hand side, where the volume buttons also reside. It’s hard to say when we will actually get our hands on the iPhone 6, but rumors have been flying about the iPhone 5 making its debut this coming June.

Apple iPhone 6 Concept by Abel Verdezoto (2)

Apple iPhone 6 Concept by Abel Verdezoto (1)

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