Here are two interesting iPhone 4g concept designs by Gillaume Gillaume Moshi Guyader (iPhone 4G) and the RFR Designers from Rome (RFR iPhone Next).
It’s been a while since Apple launched the iPhone 3G and Apple fans worldwide are growing restless in their wait for the next big thing that comes out of Apple. Ok, the new tablet PC is coming out in Q2 (probably), but what about the next generation dataphone? For some reason, since we posted the CES 2010 story, our posts have decidedly taken on a geeky bent so we’re capping our week with these concept designs of what the iPhone 4G might look like, when it comes out in the future.
Let’s face it, folks. Every design gets old after a while, that’s the number one law of techno-geekdom. Designers must scramble to come up with the latest design that should appeal to a broad base of consumers to sell their products – it’s a never-ending cycle in our consumer-driven society. And, alas, the iPhone design has fallen victim to this perpetual flux – it’s gotten old! Especially, if you look at what competitors like Motorola and HTC are doing with their 3G dataphones.
So, what will iPhone 4G look like when it hits the stores a year from now? Here are some interesting takes on the concept by Gillaume Moshi Guyader and 3 RFR designers from Rome.
RFR iPhone Next Concept Design by RFR Designers
This iPhone concept design dubbed the “RFR IPhone Next” by RFR Designers R.Delle Donne, F.Merzari, and R.Pennazzi is a joy to watch. Made of transparent OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display screens, it certainly would create a huge splash with iPhone lovers worldwide, if it ever makes it past the design stage.
iPhone 4G Concept Design by Gillaume Moshi Guyader
The iPhone 4G concept design by Gillaume Moshi Guyader may not be what’s on the drawing boards of Apple right now, but for what it’s worth, I’d gladly give two thumbs up to this sleek, Zen-inspired take on the world’s most popular dataphone.
That’s all for now, have a fantastic weekend, everyone! Hey, if you’re planning to replace your old phone or have gotten a new one last December, please don’t forget to donate cell phones or recycle phones. It’s easy and it’s the right thing to do for the environment.