Apple's closely watched product launch event is officially underway, and the iPhone13 is officially unveiled as promised, with the new iPhone not much changed, but at best a beefed-up version of the iPhone12.
So the iPhone13 hasn't changed much, what about the iPhone14? Renowned tech analyst Jon Prosser has dropped another apple bombshell with his latest video showing off designs for next year's iPhone14. He is said to have seen real phone pictures himself and recreated them.
The most iconic iPhone design is the iPhone4, and leaks suggest that next year's model will feature similar design elements.
The flat frame extends on both sides and is made of titanium.
The volume control buttons on the side are also rounded.
Of course, the biggest highlight should be the front screen. Bangs were ditched in favor of a perforated screen. It is expected that fingerprint identification could be incorporated into the power button.
It will also have a larger battery and a thicker body.
This allows the rear camera to be flat on the back of the phone, just like the iPhone4.
According to the source, what he was showing was an iPhone 14 Pro Max version, hence the three camera lenses.
In addition, there will be a periscope head module.
The charging jack of the phone has not been canceled, and the Lightning port is still retained at the bottom.
It's worth noting that tech analyst Jon Prosser's spoof is pretty accurate, and he's pretty sure of himself, showing a rendering of the 2022 iPhone in five colors.
Over the past decade or so, the world has grown so used to the iPhone that it is taken for granted. Apple products are everywhere and consumers expect something better and shinier to appear every couple of years. This leads to a conveyor belt system of upgrades where users don't stop to appreciate precisely what goes into making these clever communication devices.
Of course, iPhone users might say that they can't know precisely what goes into making an iPhone because all the components are sealed away behind a case - and protected by another personalized case. However, what if were possible to open up the phone, examine the anatomy, and then display it artistically for all to appreciate? That is precisely what a team of clever designers has achieved with their Xreart framed iPhone art.
Simply put, Xreart takes the time to source old iPhones, deconstruct them, clean them out, and then reassemble the elements into detailed diagrams. These clean and intriguing formations sit in frames as unique artwork for technophiles and make great creative gift ideas. They also have some DIY options for those that want to take the experience further.
Destruction art is an interesting concept where creators break down an object and tear it into its anatomy to create some impressive designs. These deconstructions are engaging because not only is there instant visual appeal in the shapes and layouts but there is also that deeper level of discovery. Buyers see familiar items in a new light and learn from them, while also getting to show the pieces off to others. While some would say that this iPhone deconstruction art is a niche market, millions, if not billions, of people are familiar with this mobile device in its working form. It is a piece of modern design and innovation worthy of being recorded for generations to come. Museum curators could put a complete but dead phone in a display case or artists could pull it apart and show it off in its full glory in a frame.