Antonio De Rosa of ADR Studio has come up with another mockup of what the future iPhone 5 could look like.
The Italian designer imagined an iPhone with no sim card, but that uses the phone’s operating system and 4G LTE technology to collect data.
This new iPhone isn’t equipped with a physical Home button. The button has been integrated into the display, built at the bottom of the touchscreen and specifically in the dock displayed on a second screen to separate the main screen.
Available in several colors, the concept iPhone has an LED-powered border which can be used “to show the strength of battery life or to show you a preferred caller: you can choose the color thanks to the LED-edge dedicated app.”
The buttons for adjusting the volume and locking the phone have been moved to the top edge.
In De Rosa’s vision, the smartphone has three Retina displays: the main screen in the middle, a top screen for notifications and network information and a screen for App dock, multitasking panel and so on.
Other specs include Siri, gyroscope on 4-axis, motion sensor and “led powered edge,” which accurately displays the battery life.