The Next iPhone Gets Rendered In 3D [Video]

If you’ve been keeping up with the various part leaks and image renders that have been coming out over the past few weeks, you’ll already be familiar with the broad design strokes of the next-gen iPhone being shown off in this video by TechRadar, but if you’re curious what Apple’s next iPhone looks like in full 3D, this video shows off every nook and cranny.

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  • __a_b

    The strip is awful… They should do the whole back either aluminum or glass – but the mix is just UGLYYYYY

  • joewaylo

    Someone tell me what the back aluminum and glass top/bottom serve a purpose for? Please. I would prefer it to be looking one solid color. Glass or Aluminum or iPod Metallic.

  • CaptainAndroc

    No one wants that aluminium strip on the back! It looks so bad!

  • Joshann Schoen-Clark

    Why in the world to people think the back is gonna be two-tone! UGLY. Apple does NOT make ugly things.

  • Martin Buckler

    I like the back of it.

    I must say though, why bother going to the length of making a video of your 3D model has incorrect details? It’s as if someone was only allowed to look at the photos for about a minute before creating the model.

    Also, was the voice Violet Berlin? I remember her from Bad Influence on CITV! Awesome :-)

  • Shane Bryson

    No one wants that aluminium strip on the back! It looks so bad!

    Speak for yourself. It looks great!

  • Shane Bryson

    Why in the world to people think the back is gonna be two-tone! UGLY. Apple does NOT make ugly things.

    Well, I think it looks great and if all the parts leaks are right, Apple agrees.

  • coolman1081

    That looks delicious, but it’s clearly out of proportion.

  • ddevito

    That’s hideous.

  • Tallest_Skil

    That’s hideous.

    So are all your posts here. No big deal.

  • petel

    I don’t like the home screen with six rows of icons its to much I hope they do something else with the extra space

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