Este concepto de iPhone plegable es sencillamente impresionante
Sin duda se trata de de un concepto interesante que introduce algunas innovaciones que nunca habíamos visto, perlo lamentablemente las posibilidades de ver algo así son escasas , prácticamente nulas. Como idea está muy bien, pero tener una pantalla en la parte de atrás del dispositivo no es lo más práctico del mundo, además los botones físicos han demostrado ser relente útiles y fáciles de utilizar, especialmente cuando el iPhone está en un bolsillo o en una mesa. Si quieres ver algún concepto de iPhone 12 Pro más realista , este que te mostramos hace algunas semanas es muy impresionante.
iPhone concepts don’t always have to conform to reality, sometimes these designers rely on rumors to show what the iPhones of the future might look like, and other times they simply let their imagination run wild . The concept we show you today belongs to this second group.
This means that it is practically impossible for Apple to launch an iPhone identical to the one we see in these images created by Andrea Copellino, however makes us think about whether it would be a good idea for Apple to implement something similar in some future version of its star smartphone.
If there is something that makes this iPhone stand out, it is because has a small rear screen next to the cameras that could be very useful on a large number of occasions. There are also a couple of new features that are more likely, such as a design without notch and a redesign of the volume buttons that would bet on a touch surface.
The first noticeable change is on the screen, Andrea bets on a design without notch that we love and that we certainly hope to see in future iPhones, however does not tell us how to hide Face ID in the thin top frame. In addition to this detail, the format of the device also changes to a longer screen, from the current 19.5:9 to 21:9.
However, the great novelty and innovation that this concept brings us is located at the back of the device. The module with three cameras of the iPhone 11 Pro expands horizontally to occupy the entire width of the device. In this way we will have an extra space to add two more photographic sensors and a small screen in the right area.
On this small screen we could see everything, from notifications to our own face when we take a picture . Maybe that’s why there seems to be no front camera on this iPhone, who needs it when you can take selfies with the 5 cameras behind you.
But the innovations don’t stop here. The classic side buttons to turn the volume up and down, as well as the mute switch that has always accompanied the iPhone, also change in this concept. In this case we have a touch control that works by gestures , if we slide up we increase the volume, down we lower it and in we put the iPhone in silence. It would also work by pressing them like the current ones.
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