Concept designs are hard to follow, as they are usually just the ideal that a designer has of how a device should look. What’s cool about the iPhone 6 is that with the leaked schematics that were discovered a couple of weeks ago, we’ve landed some interesting designs that are fully based on factual data, and that could lead to a clear idea of what to expect. Obviously these designs could be based on prototype data and not the actual iPhone 6, so we can’t say we fully trust what we see.
In this particular case, MacRumors commissioned designer Ferry Passchier to create some full product renderings of what we should expect for the iPhone 6. What makes these renderings special is that the previous ones envisioned the iPhone 6 with a glass back and with dual-flash drawings that don’t really match what we saw in the schematics.
Could this be what Apple is planning for the iPhone 6? With rumors of a September launch, it’s probably too early to know, but if it were, let’s hope that we do get both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models, and that they actually do look this good.