So many iPhone 6 concepts have flooded the Internet demonstrating large screen display and even holographic keyboards. But one of the clips may show a realistic rendition of the upcoming iPhone device for 2014 ? the iPhone Air.
iPhone Air Concept
It was designed by Sam Beckett and re-imagined the 4.7-inch screen display that is only slightly larger than iPhone 5S but not as exaggerated by other designs having 5 or 6 inches.
It is called ?iPhone Air? which features thinner size compared to the current iPhone device having 8 per cent larger size and 9 per cent less thickness than iPhone 5S. iPhone Air has a display resolution of 1920 x 1080, pixel density of 468 ppi and protected by Sapphire glass instead of Corning Gorilla Glass.
The concept device also features 10 MP rear camera shooter with an aperture size of f/1.8 and an adaptation of fingerprint scanner from iPhone 5S. Other exclusive features include iWatch support and Healthbook app probably similar to S Health on Galaxy S5.
There are no details regarding the processor type and RAM chipset, but we expect the same 64-bit processor cores and upgraded virtual memory for better performance.
iPhone 6 2014 Variants
iPhone 6 is under speculations of having two different models similar to last year?s trend ? iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Rumours suggest that one of the iPhone 6 model will feature a 4.5 inch of screen display while the other has 5.0 inches. If we compared it to iPhone Air concept, 4.5 to 4.7 is more realistic and likely to be released.
It also seems like Apple may trash the idea of using plastic materials on future iPhones due to iPhone 5C failure to outsell iPhone 5S which was expected to perform more in the market relative to its cheaper price.
If so, we might see two premium iPhone 6 having different display sizes, pixel densities, processor cores and RAM for individual versions. According to the Journal via BGR, iPhone 6 expected to be released in the fall of 2014 having aluminium casing. It is also likely that the 4.5 inch variant will go out first and then followed by the 5.0 inch model.
However, no confirmation yet whether iOS 7.X or iOS 8 will run the upcoming iPhone 6 models in 2014 but we may get a glimpse of its future during WWDC in June.