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iPhone 5 concept
The iPhone 4S is still quite fresh on our shelves, but we're already looking forward to what the iPhone 5 has in store.
Independent designer Frederico Ciccarese has pulled together his ideas about what the iPhone 5 could look like - and we can only hope that Apple's designers are thinking along the same lines.
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You realise, this isn't actually Apples design, right? You all seem to be down on it, saying oh I'm not getting an iPhone now, however don't seem to realise:
THIS IS NOT THE iPHONE 5.
Read the article next time, instead of being so stupid, even the pictures baffle you.
The iPhone 4s cost roughly £29 to make then sold at an extremely high price, is it worth spending a lot of dosh for it?
Hey Adrian Jaskolka
When your existing contract dues for a renewal before this iPhone5 release....Wouldn't it be a good idea if you use Pay as You Go until this pretty phone's on the market?
Before anyone starts, I use both Apple and PC in business, but use an Android phone, as personally I find them a better phone and yes I've used both phones.
Apple are doing what MS have done for years market the hell out of any new concept, wind up the gullible and get sales.
What the hell is wrong with everyone!!!
it clearly said this is just an idea as to what someone thinks it may look like,
personally i think this looks amaizing, this would be the sexiest phone out there... however... apple wont make it look this good, they dont have time to make elegant designs like this because they are to busy counting the zillions of £'s they make.
i love apples products dont get me wrong... but like the rest of apples fans i am in denile about getting scammed.
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