iPhone 5 concept video envisions Apple’s future

Teen’s brainchild shows potential iPhone 5 capabilities

June 14, 2012
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A conceptualised video from a 17-year old Oklahoma resident portrays the iPhone 5 in action, along with some new features Apple should take note of.

The faux video plays out as an aspirational iPhone 5 advert, putting together a demonstration of the highly-anticipated next entry into Apple’s smartphone range.

The short video shows the iPhone running on the new iOS 6, a quad-core A5 chip, see-though retina display and a virtual keyboard which can be projected onto flat surfaces.

It’s an ambitious and admirable vision, not to mention the video production and editing itself is impressive enough to grab someone’s attention.

Source: Cnet

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