Before the iPhone 4S was unveiled, which was previously widely referred to as the iPhone 5, many talented artists and designers have been creating their own concept designs depicting Apple's upcoming smartphone wonder. While most of them, if not all didn't make it to the final product, it is still nevertheless interesting to see the designers' many different insights. Some mockups are so good looking that it is enough for us to wish it makes it to the final design. Now we have an iPhone 5 mockup for you that you will surely enjoy.
This particular concept design is from Antonio De Rosa of ADR Studio. De Rosa is not exactly new to creating iPhone mockups as he had done it already in the past. Now De Rosa has released another one of his masterpiece dubbed the iPhone SJ, a mockup of the upcoming iPhone 5. According to De Rosa, this new design will feature a “totally glass capacitive screen on a polycarbonate lightweight body.”
Say hello to iPhone SJ
Totally glass capacitive screen on a polycarbonate lightweight body.
New design inspired by Steve Jobs, new core with A6 dual core processor, new camera 10 Mpx.
A classic reinvented. Again.
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As you can see, this concept has a much slimmer design and slight rounded edges. Based on looks alone, this is definitely impressive. The mockup also features an upgraded camera of 10 megapixel and a much faster A6 dual core processor. One main gripe about the design though is the position of the headphone jack which is located above the device. There is also the Apple logo in the front which we doubt that Apple will ever implement. [via 9to5Mac]