If the rumors are to be believed, this year Apple's new smartphone, the iPhone 6, will arrive in two versions, both of which will be significantly larger than the 4-inch iPhone 5S. While first of them is said to have a 4.7-inch screen, the other may come with a 5.5-inch high-resolution display. We do not know how true are the rumors - after all Apple has never seemed interested in the phablet market - but we look forward to see what it has up its sleeve.
We're not the only ones who are waiting impatiently for Apple's next big thing to be revealed. It is most likely not going to happen in the next three months, which gives many designers plenty of time to come up with their visions and ideas for the large-screen iPhone 6. There are many concepts being published on the web every day, but Sam Beckett's work is particularly interesting as it feels reasonable, humble and, first of all, feasible.
Beckett assumed that the iPhone 6 will be much thinner and lighter than the iPhone 5S. Thus, following the trend started with the fitfth-generation iPad, he decided to put "Air" in its name to reflect the changes introduced to the device's construction. Beckett has also given it a 4.7-inch edge-to-edge display and a 10-megapixel camera with an aperture of f/1.8. Additionally, he has slightly redesigned the casing, because the iPhone 6 is expected to borrow more than a few design traits from the iPad Air.
To show his concept, Beckett put together a video, which you can see below. It looks impressively professional and so does his vision of the iPhone 6. Frankly, we would not be surprised to see Apple unveil a similar device.