Meet the Concept iPhone Air and iPhone 6C [Video]

These iPhone concept videos from SET Solution reveal theoretical iPhone Air, as well as the next-gen iPhone 6C, wherein the C stands for curve and not color.

The video from Set Solution offers its take on a theoretical “iPhone Air,” and another envisions an iPhone 6C, where C stands for Curve.

The new videos are too good to be true, so it is unlikely that Apple will consider the design cues for its next generation flagship smartphone, so bear it in mind. Nonetheless, there will always that slim chance that the Cupertino tech giant will.

The 1-minute clip of the iPhone Air concept highlights impressive renderings. A new iPhone 6 “Air” concept shows off a stunning, edge-to-edge design with some super-slim dimensions. The designer, SET solution, imagines the next-generation Apple smartphone at 1.5 millimeters thin at the top and 3 millimeters thick at the bottom, weighing in at just 70 grams. The smartphone’s ‘desired’ specs also include a 5-inch Retina Display (at just 13x6mm), a 10MP camera with double flash, and Touch-Id, report Design Trend.

Another concept video about the next generation iPhone showcases the conceptual design of the iPhone 6 which sports a larger yet thinner handset that packs impressive specs and features in a 3 mm base and 1.5 mm top built.

The iPhone 6C concept includes a number of different colors like the iPhone 5C, but a pronounced curve on the screen similar to that of the LG G Flex, though the back is flat. Some of these videos have been floating around for a while, but are worth a look. Samsung also unveiled a curved phone recently, named the Samsung Galaxy Round. Unlike LG’s Optimus G Flex, its screen curves from left to right, the idea being that you lay it on its back on a desk, and tip it up to see notifications.

Both the iPhone 6C and iPhone Air will have Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor as well, so you can just touch the home button to unlock your phone.

Of course, these renderings only show the outside design of these phones, with no theorizing on how-or if-the necessary processing guts could fit inside.

Although the videos and images portrayed are pretty good and they look undoubtedly believable handsets, they are not, in any way, related to Apple’s concepts of its next generation iPhone.

These video were not created by Apple and have no affiliation with the company, as the tech giant is not known for releasing its concepts for its smartphones.  The Set Solution agency has been producing these concept videos on an ongoing basis. Apparently it is gunning for some big contracts with the gambit. All consumers and fans have to do at this point is to wait patiently for the next generation iPhone.

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