Apple iPhone 6 Tipped To Feature Curved Display: Most Gorgeous Concept We've Seen Yet

Not long ago, Apple revealed its Q2 2014 earnings, which saw 43.7 million iPhones sold, exceeding the expectations of Wall Street.

But unlike most other tech vendor, Apple usually skips media scrutiny about the future/upcoming devices.

Though, Apple might not have much to say, but today a new report straight out from a Japanese blog, Mac Otakara reveals something extraordinary about the much hyped iPhone 6.

Apple's next-generation iPhone 6 may feature rounded edges and a curved display, if the latest report is to be believed.

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Apple iPhone 6 Tipped To Feature Curved Display


According to the new report, Apple iPhone 6 will get more rounded corners, a shift from the straight edges seen on the iPhone 5S. The handset would feature an all-aluminum body, rather than retaining the glass antenna breaks found at the rear of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5. This could simply means that Apple is making significant changes to the overall design schematics.

Not really, the iPhone could resemble to the Samsung Galaxy Curve for instance. May be the edges of the screen could be curved at the edge to accommodate the phone's body.

Just a day back a video of a purported Apple iPhone 6 case went viral. The video basically highlights a nearby 4.7-inch display; however, there was no indication of a curved display being a highlight.

It is unlikely to see a curved display on the Apple iPhone 6. Instead, we could probably see a large display with quantum dot technology, and of course better resolution.

Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 6 in two different screen sizes of 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 could be announced in September, while the 5.5-inch model has been delayed until 2015.

Rumors have it that Apple iPhone 6 will feature an all new design, faster A8 processor, TouchID fingerprint scanner, improved Siri integration, and better than expected camera. In terms of operating system, Apple is expected to reveal the iOS 8 in June at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Take a look through our selection of stunning concept pictures in the slideshow below. Let us know in the comments below what features and functionality you would like to see in the next iPhone.

In a recent report, Sonny Dickson, a blogger of repute, has revealed the specs sheet of the forthcoming Apple iPhone. New rumors have suggested that the purported device is expected to be a lot faster and slimmer than its existing predecessor.

A report by Business Insider, details are currently coming in about how Apple is looking to introduce a certain Quantum dots technology to better the display in its upcoming devices, with the massively rumored iPhone 6 leading the race to receive the technology first.

The latest patent revealed brings to light the use of advanced sensors that will recognize movements, gestures, distance and location of a user. And what this necessarily means is that users will be able to control the device even when they are not around it.

The new iPhone is supposed to be thinner than the other Apple-made phones, and is reportedly said to come with a protruding rear camera.

Steve Milunovich of USB wrote in a note to investors that the next-generation iPhone, popularly dubbed as the iPhone 6, is likely to be released in August or September, contrary to the popular belief that it will arrive in June, as reported by Barron's 

Images: Federico Ciccarese/Ciccarese Design

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