Federico Ciccarese, of ciccaresedesign has been busy at it again. The well-known iDevice concept design has turned his attention towards the iPhone 6, and re-imagined both the hardware and software design. Unlike every other iPhone up until now, it doesn’t have a home key. Instead, the front is dominated by a 16:9 ratio widescreen display, with the earpiece and FaceTime camera at the front.
The two tone black/metal finish is very similar to the 7th generation iPod nano, and I’m really liking the rounded edges and maximum use of all the little space available. Check out the video below:
One thing that’s immediately clear is that the device contains a whole host of OS X app icons, presumably indicating that he thinks there will eventually be an even more blurred line between the Mac and iDevice operating systems.
Overall, I love the look, and would happily show it off to my friends (plus a few strangers). What do you think? Do you like the Ciccarese line of thinking?