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iPhone 6 Features, New Design November 2014 Release (5S/6)

Steve Jobs introduces the original iPhone as a...Steve Jobs introduces the original iPhone as a combination iPod, phone, and Internet browser. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
If you've long complained about your typing speed and productivity, this iPhone 6 concept video may be the solution you're searching for.

It's only been a few months since Apple released the iPhone 5, but one designer already has a vision for what the next model should look like.

ederico Ciccarese, an Italian designer, has come up with a series of stunning renders for the iPhone 6  assuming that's what Apple ends up calling the next redesign of the device — which would represent a
significant change to the phone's external design and operating system.

iPhone 6
The concept for the iPhone 6 is inspired by the shape of the iPod Nano, though when applied to the iPhone it bares some resemblance to the Nokia Lumia. At the same time, Federico has re-imagined the look and feel of the operating system with a concept he calls iOSX, which is a fusion between iOS and the Mac OS X.
Since it will likely be several months before the next iPhone is released, there haven't been many rumors yet about how the device will look. One analyst recently predicted that the next iPhone would come in more screen sizes and more colors, the latter of which is something that is already available for the iPod and iPod Nano.
Ciccarese has released concept designs for several previous Apple products, including the iPhone 5 and the much-rumored Apple television, both of which featured gorgeous curved displays.
What do you think of these mockups for the iPhone 6? Would you like to see the next iPhone look like this?
The above YouTube video shows an iPhone 6 mockup that, when set on a flat surface, can project a Mac keyboard from one side and a Mac desktop from the other.
The video, created by YouTube user Sonitdac, shows a rendered "iPhone 6" that looks sim,ilar to an iPhone 5. The top and bottom ends of the iPhone are shown snapping off to create a stand for a small degree of elevation.
The iPhone rendering then projected a keyboard and trackpad onto the desk in front of the phone, and a functional Mac cinema display onto the wall.
While the rendering is clearly a pipe dream created by a clever animator, it's an interesting — though
completely unlikely — concept video.
As for the real next iPhone, Apple isn't expected to make an announcement on that for some time, though it could come at next month's World Wide Developer's Conference, which will have its keynote June 10.

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