We are still expecting the iPhone 6s to be launched this year, but the GdgtCompare.com decided to go beyond publishing a concept of what could be the iPhone 7 expected in 2016.
The most advanced iPhone ever created. Metal rim and smooth sapphire glass with built-in wireless recharge capability. Concept designed and rendered by Ivo Mari and Tomislav Rastovac.
The look of the device ended up being a mix of iPhone 6 with iPhone 4s, but also with a "footprint" Galaxy S6. It would also have an A10 processor, Retina QHD screen and a 16 megapixel camera, capable of shooting in 4K resolution.
Regarding the inductive charger, I have my doubts if this is the path that Apple should follow. When I see this I always think about the limitation of not being able to use the smartphone while it is charging. And you, what do you think about the subject?
[via Cult of Mac]