Apple iPhone Air Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

With Apple recently releasing their iPad Air, is it so inconceivable to think that the tech giant may be rolling out an iPhone Air next?

Designer Federico Ciccarese (of SET Solution) believes that this could definitely be the route Apple plans on taking, and decided to take some time to create his very own concept version of the Apple iPhone Air. Equipped with a 5 inch Retina display, this smartphone measures in at 1.5mm thick, and weighs just 70 grams (literally as light as a feather). Other details of the phone include fingerprint scanner, an entirely redesigned camera module, and the same lightning port connector we’ve come to love. Of course the iPhone Air would be running on iOS7 complete with 64-bit architecture for maximum performance. While iPhone concepts are a dime dozen (take the curved iPhone 6 concept for instance), the iPhone Air is something we could definitely see becoming a reality. Watch the video below.

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