Samsung has just lifted the lid on its all-new Galaxy S20 and Huawei has finally released its Mate 30 Pro in the UK this week. However, both of these devices could be eclipsed if Apple’s next iPhone looks anything like the latest concept video,
Posted online by the team at ConceptsiPhone, the phone has been given some stunning design upgrades including a bezel-free screen that is free from the controversial notch or hole-punched front-facing camera.
There’s also a much more industrial feel to the look of the device with square edges that get a striking chrome finish – in fact, this styling is reminiscent of the older and much-loved iPhone 5.
Spin the phone around and the triple rear camera now sits in a horizontal line across the case and, unlike the current iPhone 11, is now flush with the glass panel.
One final change shown off in the footage is a nifty virtual keyboard and giant screen which beams out from the sides of the phone via a projector.
This offers users a PC-style experience via the phone in their pocket.
Of course, like all concept videos, these are simply ideas and there’s nothing to suggest the next Apple iPhone will look anything like this or have any tricks up its sleeve such as hidden projectors or an invisible front-facing camera.
In fact, it’s thought the next release from Apple will actually appear more like the iPhone 8.
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Rumours are rife that the US firm is about to unleash a budget device which could arrive as soon as next month.
Many had been expecting this phone to get the SE branding but latest reports suggest this may not be the case with Apple opting for the iPhone 9 name instead.
Renders of the alleged iPhone recently surfaced courtesy of OnLeaks – a tipster with an excellent track record, especially when it comes to Apple leaks – and iGeeksblog.
The handset was shown looking extremely similar to the older iPhone 8 thanks to its aluminium rear, Touch ID button, single camera and thick bezels above and below its display.