Concept video dreams of stunning Apple 2012 products, especially the unibody iPhone SJ
A great concept video for Apple's 2012 lineup is what follows, and the Italian design studio that put the clip together dreams of the next iPhone in aluminum and polycarbonate body with larger, edge-to-edge display - something we may very well see this year. It calls it the iPhone SJ, as a tribute to Steve Jobs, of course.
The iBox concept is of an Apple TV set, which, rumor has it, will run iOS and feature deep Siri integration for saving some batteries on your remote. The rumored size of an Apple television test kit is north of 50", though, so the iBox might remain just a beautiful concept, but we don't know what's in store yet, and how the TV experience will be tied to the iPhone and the iPad, for example.
The iCam is an accessory that allows you to plug in your iPhone, and use interchangeable lens for memorable photographic moments, while the iWatch syncs seamlessly with your iDevices. Watch designer Antonio de Rossa's concept video below.
source: ADR-Studio.it via RedmondPie
2. android_hitman (unregistered)
this guy really worshipped Steve and still dreams of better products from Apple... Tough luck, someone has to breake it for you:
IN YOUR WILDEST DREAMS
3. rf1975 (Posts: 251; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
If Apple did not make any good product then tell me why iPad, Air, iMac and iPhone are selling so well. If you do not like Apple or their business strategy then that is another story. For that you do not need to lie telling that Apple did not make any good product.
4. SleepingOz (unregistered)
May be 'coz sheeps are stupid?
The only good thing about apple is its commercial department.
I'm not saying that their products are s**ts though, but they're way too overpriced and you can so much better from other tech manufacturers!
8. greathero1 (Posts: 527; Member since: 13 Jun 2008)
Or maybe because Apple products offer a better overall user experience where most things work as advertised with little effort. That is why their products, while a little more expensive, have a much higher satisfaction rating than their competition. Thats what a lot of you fandroids don't get and it burns you to the core. Its not always about quad core this or 5 inch touch screen that. Buyers are more in tuned to overall experience. Its the same reason why the #1 and #2 best cars sold are made by Toyota and Honda. Neither have the best specs and their are other models for car enthusiasts but at the end of the day, they drive well, handle well, and offer great reliability. As for their commercials, I still haven't seen a ground breaking commercial yet. All they do is show their product performing a specific task. The Droid-does commercials are much better and kick ass. Again, a Camry or Accord might work more for the masses but I would rather drive a Maxima SE with more horsepower, better handling, and bigger wheels lol! Its a preference thing. No need for the name calling just because somebody purchases a product with the money they earn that YOU feel is inferior in some way or another.
9. frydaexiii (Posts: 1268; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
User experience is based of the user's knowledge on how to use the product. Which brings me to my comment below. Idiots who use Android and find it complicated will obviously think iOS has a better user experience because it's so simple you practically can't get lost using it. Likewise, give me or any other "fandroid" an iOS device and I can tell you the user experience is horrible because iOS is such a dumbed down version of Android that can't do anything beyond what it's given.
As for quad cores and 5 inch screens, these hardware upgrades add to the user experience too. Just compare the the Galaxy S and the S2, the S2 has almost double what the S has, both running Touchwiz on Gingerbread. The upgraded hardware makes using Android on the S2 a smoother and better experience, thus, better user experience...
10. greathero1 (Posts: 527; Member since: 13 Jun 2008)
Okay, so why does A user have to be an idiot because he didn't get Android? Maybe A user does not want to spend a few weeks learning their device. This is what I am getting at. Why do you feel it necessary to disrespect and resort to name calling because somebody has a different preference from yourself? Different people have different wants and desires out of their device. iOS is too dumbed down for you. Great! Choose what works best for you and move on. Why cant we have a civil conversation about devices without resorted to middle school bs?
5. frydaexiii (Posts: 1268; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
It's selling well because majority of the world are tech-idiots (Or worst, people who think they are tech geniuses because they own the "latest" products), and the only way they can remotely use technology is via Apple products, no matter how overpriced they are. They'd rather pay more and get less fuctions so it's manageable for them than pay less and learn how to use real technology...
13. rf1975 (Posts: 251; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
Do you think if a phone or OS allows to change their wall paper, theme, launcher or custom ROM will become a great product. And out of all phone users how many percentage are doing these (tech ??) thing in their day to day life? Let say may be around 25%. Tell me which is good making a phone to 25% users requirement or 75% users requirement. You know, most of the phone users (whether iOS, Android or Symbian) does not know what kind of features are available on their phone other than standard things.
14. frydaexiii (Posts: 1268; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
I'm seriously wondering now, when did giving more to the customers become a bad thing?
Off course the one that give 25% user requirements is better, it just means there is more room for people to utilize it's full potential while the people who don't want the fancy stuff can stay within the 25%, at least it better than being trapped with 75% basic stuff and only 25% available for those who wanna do more...
6. hutty24 (Posts: 84; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
Lol trolling Android fans jump at anything apple on everthing ,had to say it even though I have a nexus
11. dejahu (Posts: 35; Member since: 01 Feb 2012)
Greathero1, you lost me when you tried to compare Apple to Toyota and Honda. Apple has the same mid-range tech specs as these two companies, but they charge you BMW prices.
12. SleepingOz (unregistered)
15. LoneShaolin (Posts: 307; Member since: 14 Jan 2012)
I'm an Android user ( have a Galaxy S2 in my right pocket and a rooted Droid Charge in the left ) and I still think the iPhone SJ looks sick. I would actually get one if it was released. A wider AND thinner iPhone?! if it has LTE sign me up! And yes, I know it's only a concept.
16. andro. (Posts: 1983; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
These are Apple phones and devices as they should already be if apple innovated each year rather than use incremental upgrades. As a result of this annual cash milking process from Apple we should take these concepts as a good idea to what apple devices will actually look like in 2016
17. cybervlad81 (Posts: 84; Member since: 04 Apr 2011)
My only question is how does this crap make it into a news section? With the crap load of news in the mobile industry... we get home made iFan videos.