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Brace Yourself, iPhone 5 May Look Like This… (& Be Called ‘Brenda’)

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The iPhone 5 may well look something like one of these jaw-dropping designs – but which one? Speculation about the look of the new iPhone 5 is reaching fever pitch, but only one thing is anywhere near certain: Apple is expected to be unveiling the next and best iPhone later this year.

The next iPhone was expected to have been announced at the WWDC keynote speech on June 11, but that speech passed by with nary a whisper of this miracle. We don’t even know for certain what it’ll be called – we call it the iPhone 5, but it could be called Brenda for all we really know.

Those deep in the mobile phone loop and Apple devotees have been trying to extrapolate to figure out the direction Apple will take with the iPhone 5. Will it have a retro homescreen? Will it be made with LiquidMetal? Or (this is the least likely) will it feature a transparent screen?

Apple is notoriously secretive surrounding the announcement of a new product, so it’s anyone’s guess as to what the iPhone 5 will look like exactly. But for now we can have fun debating which features would truly make a groundbreaking fifth-generation iPhone.

Apple is known for its secrecy around new products and their announcements, so we could all take a punt on the appearance (and name) of the iPhone 5. It really is fun to speculate and debate on the features that will change our lives and enrapture us (until the next one comes along).

Look at this set of images to see what designers, artists and iPhone fans reckon the iPhone 5 will look like.

Brace Yourself, iPhone 5 Might Look like One of These Babies

iPhone 5 liquid metal concept

iPhone 5 liquid metal concept

iPhone 5 concept with color-coded seams

iPhone 5 concept with color-coded seams

iPhone 5 concept with Mac design cues

iPhone 5 concept with Mac design cues

 

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