Apple iPhone 6 concept features edge to edge display on 4.5 inch screen

Apple iPhone 6 concept features edge to edge display  on 4.5 inch screen
How about this for a concept Apple iPhone 6 model? A sleek 4.5 inch display that is completely edge to edge with resolution of  754 x 1296.The pixel density works out to 333ppi. That would compare with the 441ppi on the 5 inch screen used on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the 326ppi on the Apple iPhone 5. The complete elimination of the bezel actually shows off why one is needed. Without a bezel, your hand is covering up part of the display.

As long as we're basically dreaming for this concept, how about the dual 2.8GHz quad-core A7 processor? The touch enabled areas by the home button for this iOS 8/iPhone 6 concept would allow you to double tap to multitask, tap to go home, or customize the destination of the button yourself. The Apple iPhone 6 in this concept is made up of 60% carbon and 40% aluminum. This combination lets the device have the toughness of carbon but also offer the lightweight feeling of aluminum. And the aluminum-carbon body allows the Apple iPhone 6 concept to be water resistant in 2 feet of water for up to 30 minutes.

The 2800mAh battery on the device gives the concept handset enough juice for 12 hours of battery life on 4G. This concept phone is 4 times faster than the Apple iPhone 5 and twice as fast as the Samsung Galaxy S4. Available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB models, the phone would be priced at $199.99, $299.99 and $399.99 respectively, with a signed two year contract. The rear-facing camera is 20.2 MP with an 8MP front-facing shooter. The video capture on back shoots video in 2K while an adjustable aperture ranges from F 1.8 to F 4.9 and should allow for clear and bright photos even in low light conditions. 

We already have an Apple iPad mini, so why not an Apple iPhone mini? The concept iPhone 6 also includes an Apple iPhone 6 mini concept as well, although the specs were not listed for this model.

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