iPhuture writes: This iPhone 5 concept consists of two great features and an ultra-thin design.
I sure would love to have one of those phone. But I don't think we'll ever see anything like that in the near future, maybe in like 15-20 years from now.
The keyboard is very cool and I could see that actually happening soon. But the holographic display... well, I'm not holding my breathe.
I noted, right away, that yet again there's been little to no style revision making Apple design lazier than the Porsche 911 design team. So, while we will see NONE of the features you can, at least, rely on the accuracy of the lack of any innovation on design.
when i saw this video a couple of weeks back the keyboard was believable i was like oh wow thats cool but then i saw the holographic display and then i was like ok im gonna call shenanigans
Pretty nice concept. It will be a few more years before that will happen, and I'm sure the price is gonna be through the moon.
>implying that Apple would dare to innovate.
2004 Virtual Keyboard with a Palm sized device. By who.... Samsung of course. http://www.palminfocenter.c...
I don't think the concept is that far-fetched. http://www.engadget.com/201... http://www.engadget.com/201...
In this day and age impossible, how could that phone possibly dissipate the heat generated by a dual core processor. Galaxy S2 gets hot to the point of frying eggs and its quite a bit thicker than that concept phone.
Technology usually holds back brilliant ideas, has always been the case.
I think apple could make or break 3d moblie gaming with the iphone 5, so many games start on the ipad, iphone and itouch so if they skip 3d completely it will have a knock on effect on other 3d device's getting less support. Maybe even effect 3d on future games consoles as mobile gaming with phone's and the 3ds seem to be the testing ground for the future at the mo.
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