By Shailesh Shrivastava | Apr 19, 2013 08:20 AM EDT
Rumors related to Apple's upcoming products have gained momentum this week as multiple reports related to iPhone 5S, iPad 5 and iPhone 6 have appeared on the Web. However, creative minds are also not ready to rest, as conceptual designs for these devices are also adding fuel to the fire.
German designer Eric Huismann is once again at his best as he conceptualizes the design and specifications of the iPhone 6.
According to his design, the iPhone 6 would be coming with a transparent display and the users will be able to see through the phone. Quite bizarre, but it's just a concept.
The display size looks like 4 inches, which no Apple fan would like to see now, as they expect the iPhone 6 to be at least 4.5- or 5-inches in the display.
Apple's upcoming A7 processor has made its presence here too. Huismann thinks that the presence of the A7 processor will make the performance of iPhone 6 better. The concept shows that the camera of the phone would be 10 megapixels with full HD video recording capabilities.
Eric Huismann's concept looks very impressive and realistic but when it comes to two particular points, the concept loses everything because as of now, those two things cannot be expected in the iPhone 6.
The storage of iPhone 6 is shown at 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB in the concept and this point looks highly doubtful, as Apple is still sticking to its 16, 32 and 64 GB strategy.
The second impossible thing is the display. Huismann has shown a see-through display and in the images, the display area of the phone is completely see-through. This can happen only in two cases: either the hardware locked inside is invisible or the entire hardware unit is placed in two small compartments that are still opaque.
As this is a concept, a designer can let the horses of his imagination loose, but we were expecting something very realistic from a designer like Eric Huismann.
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