iPhone 6 concept shows ultra-thin design with 'touch anywhere' Home button

New 3D renderings illustrate what Apple's next-generation iPhone could look like

Designer Arthur Reis has created new 3D renderings to illustrate what Apple's iPhone 6 could look like.

Overall, the physical design of Reis' concept has the familiar look of the iPhone 5, with an aluminium back plate, Lightning connector, and a central front-facing camera.

However, the mocked-up iPhone 6 is much thinner than the iPhone 5, and has a redesigned Home button covering the entire bottom panel of the iPhone for 'touch anywhere' Magic Trackpad-like functionality.

Image credit: Arthur Reis.
Image credit: Arthur Reis.

Additionally, Reis' concept has an 'iSight Pro' camera boasting 12-megapixels and f/1.8 aperture.

You can see the Arthur Reis's full gallery on Flickr here.

What do you think of the new concept? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below or on Twitter.

[Via iClarified]

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