iPhone Air concept video shows off three new iPhone concepts

Since the iPhone 5s was launched last fall, it’s no surprise to see that rumors and concepts about the next generation of Apple phones are popping up all around the internet. Today, a new video was posted on YouTube that shows off concepts of three different iPhone devices. The iPhones are all part of the new line of devices, named iPhone Air.

The first device shown off is called the iPhone Air Mini, and it is a 3.5 inch, lower spec’d device. It would essentially be the low end device of the Apple line. Next is the iPhone Air, which would be the flagship and main iPhone. It packs a 4.7-inch display, and would be the ‘iPhone’ that most people would rush out to buy. Finally, to appease fans of ‘phablets’ the concept video also shows off the so-called iPhone Air Pro, which is an iPhone that has a 5.5-inch display. These phones all come in three colors, chopper, titanium, and slate, and they look pretty nice.

While these devices would be pretty nice to see from Apple, it’s very unlikely that anything will come of this concept. While a larger iPhone has been the rumor for a while, I doubt that we’ll see a 5.5-inch display for quite a while. Plus, it’s unlikely that just a year after the introduction of the ‘c’ line of iPhones, that Apple will end it already. Plus, the introduction of three new models could cause confusion among consumers about which is right for them.

What do you think of these new concepts? Sound off in the comments section below, or tweet me at @TiP_Griffin.

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  • RedGeminiPA

    First, Apple won’t do copper. Their gold is actually pretty good looking in person. My boyfriend got the gold 5s, and I actually like it. I’ll stick with the space gray, though.

    Second, I think this is the direction Apple should go. There won’t be any confusion for customers. You pick the size or price you want, and go about your day. I don’t see what’s so confusing about 3 sizes. Do you want the original size, medium or large? Once you get to a store and feel all three, it should be pretty easy from there.

    • Antonio Perez

      the confusion comes into play when all 3 devices has different specs as far as ram and what not. i think there should be 3 different screen sizes and the same specs across the board!

      • RedGeminiPA

        Considering most iPhone buyers have no clue how much RAM is in one in the first place, let alone the processor etc., there won’t be any confusion.

        Remember, the HUGE majority of smartphone buyers are NOT tech geeks.