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Monday, August 22, 2016

Your smartphone hovering while on charging

The wireless charging technology is already widely used to complement the flagship handsets. But unlike the usual wireless charging, this one, definitely makes you wonder. The wireless charging device is named OvRcharge.

Wireless charging could make smartphones hovering in the air without magic tricks. Users can not only charge a cell phone, but also can see the smartphone is hovering and swirling over it.
Levitate your phone while you charge it wirelessly with the OvrCharge. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dHMkC)
To use this wireless charging device, you have to wear a special case for your smartphone. By leveraging the capabilities and technologies of magnetic and electric receiver, OvRcharge can charge the battery while making smartphone floated.

OvRcharge can be used for a variety of high-end smartphones such as the Galaxy S7, iPhone 6s and others. However its use, the handset has to fit into the case or holder mounted on the back of the smartphone.

This accessory has a size that is not too large, square-shaped box with dimensions of 14 cm x 14 cm and has a thickness of 33 mm. The wireless charger comes in three color options, namely dark, walnut, and cherry.
To get OvRcharge, you should donate funds of US. $199 or around Rp.2.6 million. Since the device is under development and included in the fundraising site Kickstarter. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DIGITAL TRENDS | KICKSTARTER]
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Saturday, May 21, 2016

The skin on Your forearm could be 'Touchpad'

A team of scientists has developed a new technology that can make the skin on your arms and hands act like a touchpad for smartwatch. The technology, known as SkinTrack, developed by the Futures Interface Group, a research lab at Carnegie Mellon University.
SkinTrack turns your whole forearm into a smartwatch interface. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1aNTWc)
This technology requires the user to wear rings and sensors attached to a rope smartwatch. The sensor has four electrodes, which used to receive high frequency electrical signals emitted by the ring when a finger touches the skin, to calculate the exact position of the finger.

This technology also enables the user to swipe and press the arms to interact with smartwatch, and even allows users to paint a picture in the arm. This technology also transcends the limitations of a small smartphone screen to allow users to drag the app out smartwatch and place them on the whole arm. 

Skintrack also can understand the hot key commands, thus enabling its users to mute incoming calls by simply writing 'S' on the arm or trace an "N" on your hand to open up your news app. SkinTrack can even track your finger when it’s hovering above the skin.
As quoted by The Verge, the Futures Interface Group has the plans to commercialize this technology. Currently, the team is working on ways of supplying constant power to the ring, to keep the signal remains stable when the body is in constant motion. Meanwhile, the team stressed that this technology poses no danger to the human body. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | THE VERGE]
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Saturday, May 7, 2016

People took more time for Facebook' rather than socializing within a day

How much time is spent by the person to open the Facebook in a day? According to the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, the figure was turned out to be quite longer, almost 1 hour. On the same time also applies to other applications owned by Facebook, namely Instagram and an instant messaging service, Messenger.
According to Mark Zuckerberg, the Users average 50 minutes per day on Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1a0Sbe)
"Today, people around the world spend an average of 50 minutes per day to use Facebook, Instagram, and the Messenger," Zuckerberg said in the Facebook's financial report first quarter of 2016, as summarized from TechCrunch on Thursday, April 28, 2016. Zuckerberg insists that the 50 minutes it does not include the time spent to access other popular services of Facebook, ie WhatsApp.
CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1a0Sbe)
"People" is meant by Zuckerberg is the user of the three such services globally. For Facebook, the number reached 1.65 billion. For Instagram registered 400 million users, while the Messenger 900 million.

More longer than the socializing time
For the record, the 50 minutes it turned out to be longer than the time spent by Americans for socializing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2014, the Americans (ages 25-54 years old and have kids) on average only spend 43 minutes each day to do social activities such as visiting friends or attending an event, etc.

In the same occasion, Zuckerberg also reveals that to this year's Facebook profit more than tripled compared to the previous year, ie 1.51 billion dollars. And the Facebook stock prices also recorded an increase of 9 percent in the session after the publication of the financial statements of the social networking company. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TECHCRUNCH]
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Friday, April 8, 2016

Researchers have developed a flexible smartphone that can be bent

Researchers at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario said that they've developed a smartphone that can be bent. This phone is named Reflex, a phone with a high resolution color screen, and has multi touch technology and the most special is the "input bend" technology, ie the phone can be controlled by means of bending it.
Bend it like Reflex, the world's first flexible smartphones. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Z3hdC)
Roel Vertegaal, Director of the Human Media Lab at Queen's University said that the interaction between humans and computers will be a lot of change with the Reflex. He continued that, the real innovation is, from now on we can think about computer science and software and their interactions in three dimensions.

Screen that can be bent is in fact not found by Vertegaal and his team, but they use it to help them envision the future of computers. According to Vertegaal, he and his team used the screen and then think about what can be done with the screen in the context of the interaction between humans and computers.

The team, consisting eight researchers have already adapted the flexible display into a phone prototype that can be bent like a book bent to turn the page. With such capabilities, Vertegaal said that this opens up new possibilities that can be achieved by a computer.
Vertegaal predicted, the flexible smartphones like the Reflex can now be used by consumers in the next five years. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SCIENCEDAILY]
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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The passive WiFi use less power

In the era of internet, WiFi is everywhere, providing remote wireless access to the Internet, and save us tripping over the cables. However, WiFi consumes a lot of energy, and the battery drain connected devices very quickly. Fortunately, engineers from the University of Washington (UW) is ready to save! They discovered a technique that enables WiFi uses 10,000 times less energy than normal.

The latest passive WiFi is also consumes 1,000 times less power, compared to Bluetooth. In fact, compared with conventional methods, this new technology uses almost none of power at all. Although currently only able to transmit data at rates of up to 11 Mbps (megabits per second), far lower than the peak of WiFi speed, which is the data transfer rate is 11 times higher than Bluetooth.
Passive WiFi bringing low power to WiFi transmissions. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xhy3l)
This discovery proves the concept of research that was built with a technique called backscattering WiFi, where the signals sent between a Wi-Fi router and a wireless receiver device manipulated. A previous study by UW showed that low power equipment can be used to reflect and "distort" this signal. Devices that are connected to receive a new distortion as unique data.

The passive WiFi is an evolution of the technique. First, connect to the Internet made only one, which is installed in the router, which is out of traditional Wi-Fi signal. Wi-Fi Sensor Passive reflect and absorb the signal, creating multiple streams of data that can be "bounced" against some of the receiving device.

"Our sensors can communicate with each router, smartphone, tablet or other electronic devices with WiFi chipsets," said Bryce Kellogg, a doctoral candidate student in electrical engineering at UW and co-author of the study, said in a statement.
"Cool part is that all of these devices can decode WiFi package that we made use of reflection, so you do not need any special equipment," said Kellogg. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WASHINGTON EDU | ENGINEERING.COM]
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Friday, February 26, 2016

This new storage media can accommodate as many as 360 TB of data

One of the challenges in the development of the computing world is the creation of large-capacity storage media and can last long.

To answer that challenge, researchers from the University of Southampton has recently managed to create a new storage medium that is otherwise capable of storing up to 360 TB and can last up to 13.8 billion years old.
The new technology of storage media called '5D' developed by University of Southampton, can accommodate as many as 360 TB of data. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XCLeZ)
It is a technology called '5D' and uses nanostructured glass as a medium. Interestingly, to obtain a capacity of 360 TB, scientists only need a nanostructured glass and has a size of a coin.

The storage media is also said to be very tough. It can withstand the heat of the flame to a temperature of 1,000 degrees Celsius and freezing conditions up to minus 190 degrees celsius.

The technique used involves a laser with a very high degree of precision, ie to a count of femtoseconds, or 1/1,000 trillion second intervals. The file is stored is written in three layers of blocks spaced 5 microns or 0.005 mm.

So far, some important documents had been 'immortalized' in a new storage media, namely the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Magna Carta, and the King James Bible. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ]
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Thursday, February 25, 2016

This smart bracelet can display a smartphone screen in its user skin

This current era of wearable devices has started, Google has created an innovative product with smart glasses which we call the Google Glass. While Apple has now also set up a smart watches named Apple Watch. Other companies are also not to be outdone, such as Samsung, Sony, LG and Motorola are currently each have to present their smartwatch products.
The Cicret Bracelet will project a tablet interface onto the user's arm. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X9HzV)
In addition to glasses and smart watches, some manufacturers also have to bring the smart bracelet or what we call a smart bracelet, another variant of the wearable device is widely used for those who actively exercise. So what functions and advantages of this Cicret smart bracelet?

Compared to glasses and watches which do have a specific function, the smart bracelets only serves as a sensor sender information to a smartphone, this smart bracelet device will read the activity of users, and next the smart bracelet will be able to send your heart rate or the number of steps and read the calories users to the smartphone. Various information can be viewed through the smartphone screen.
The Cicret Bracelet will be available on 10 different colors. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X9HzV)
But unlike the Cicret's smart bracelet, because the smart bracelet has a mini projector module in it. The Cicret Bracelet able to re-display the smartphone screen of the mini projector module to the surface of its user skin.

The Cicret Bracelet which is still in prototype form, it does look attractive, in addition to providing a futuristic touch, the device has other functions than just the notification transmitter.

This bracelet is able to display all the content available on the smartphone screen and show it on the skin surface of the hands of users. As of this writing, the Cicret Bracelet developer still require funding of about 700,000 to complete this project to get into the final stage.
At first glance, the shape of the Cicret Bracelet has a shape similar to the bracelets in general, but behind the colors bandage bracelet that included a Pico Projector module, eight motion sensors and accelerometer sensors and a vibration function that makes this bracelet looks like a magic and can provide a "wow effect" for anyone who saw it.

This smart bracelet has a LED notification, WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth and USB port and is predicted to be available with 16GB or 32GB of storage capacity. With smartphone-connected the Cicret Bracelet able to send and receive email, SMS, browsing or even play games and answer incoming calls.
This smart bracelet will be available in the market about one and a half years, and only then if the collection of funds from donors can be collected quickly as expected. The plan, the smart bracelet of Cicret will be sold at a price of US $400. If you are interested in making a donation to this project, please go to their official web page here. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CICRET | GIZMAG]
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Monday, November 30, 2015

Li-fi 100 times faster than Wi-fi

If you expect the faster Wifi connection, meaning much faster than is currently, may be this news worth listening to. Li-Fi will be a new technology for the data transmitting that is claimed 100x faster than Wi-Fi and this one uses the spectrum of light instead of radio frequencies.
LTE, Wifi, LiFi overview. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
In contrast to the Wi-Fi commonly using a router to deploy Wi-Fi signal, The Li-fi use light to transmit data with the help of an instrument called the Li-Flame Ceiling Unit and while to receive the signals using a device called the Li-Flame Desktop Units connected to a computer or notebook via a USB connection.

Li-Fi was today claimed to penetrate the speed of 1 Gbps but in theory this technology is capable of reaching speeds of 224 Gbps, in addition to fast, Li-Fi also safer of the radio frequency interference problem and more secure because the Li-Fi signal not spread like the Wi-Fi signal but rather focus in certain areas only.
How does the Visible Light Communications (VLC) technology works. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
Li-Fi also claimed to be more efficient in terms of costs of production compared with Wi-Fi and no less important, if the current problems the Wi-Fi signal is still a debate whether it can be detrimental to health or not, Li-Fi that use light or lights claimed to be very safe because it in this case the claim has been no lights can harm health in the long term.
Illustration of Li-Flame. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Nhycfy)
But do not like it, because it uses light as the connection of course has limitations where we can often move would be a problem if the Li-Fi points not spread evenly in the room, it looks like Li-Fi better suited for an alternative to a LAN connection or Wi-Fi that has a position always the same as in the PC/notebook is on the desk.
To be able to use the technology LiFi there are at least 3 major additional devices, namely LED lamp, an internet connection and a photo detector. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PURELIFI]
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Monday, March 2, 2015

Smart-cradle for your babby

It had its time all the equipment to be clever and connected to the phone, no exception the cradle also getting smarter or rather make the parents will be able to little relax.

Fisher 4-in-1 Smart Connect Cradle in Swing is the cradle in which not only can be rocking itself but this smart cradle also can connect to a mobile phone or tablet via Bluetooth connection.
The $200 SmartCradle can be remotely controlled via a phone app, allowing parents to stay in bed. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1DG6ZSN)
Through the help of the applications, we can activate the cradle rocking without having to get down from bed and walked to the cradle, although it may equally make us woke up but still easier with sufficient control through the phone without having to get down of the bed with a maximum distance of about 50 m.
The app can also play music, even when not near the cradle. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1DG6ZSN)
We can set the 6 level of rocking in the cradle even we can turn on the music on the cradle through the phone (there are 16 songs and 3 natural sound). The cradle also has 2 ways to wiggle the baby, which side to side or up and down, it is also important to remember sometimes every baby has a favorite way to put him to sleep.
If you still can not make the baby stop crying, we can activate the toy swivel at the top with the various colors lamp. The prices of the smart cradle is also not expensive ie sold at US. $200 (or approx Rp.2.57 million), it guaranteed really very "worth it" to get your tranquility at night. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The world's first smart umbrella

Do not want to buy expensive umbrella for fear of missed it somewhere? Maybe it's time you buy this smart umbrella. Kisha is claimed as the world's first smart umbrella because it is not just an umbrella to protect you from the rain.

Within this umbrella there is a Bluetooth connection that makes this umbrella can be connected to mobile phones (iOS and Android) and presents some features which was not have on the ordinary umbrella.
Kisha is a smart umbrella that uses an app to predict the weather. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
First, with the help of existing applications, we will be notified the weather forecast and the application will remind us to bring the umbrella, that means if we ignore the notification and try to leave the house without an umbrella, automatically the application will issue a notification when the distance of the umbrella and mobile phone was out of Bluetooth connection range.
The manufacturers describe Kisha's opening and closing mechanism as "perfect". (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
Second, we do not need to worry about this expensive umbrella (it costs US $ 59, about Rp.650,000) will be missed somewhere because Kisha will provide notification to our phone when the Kisha umbrella are out of Bluetooth connection range so that we will remember that our umbrella was left behind.
The manufacturers of Kisha are so confident about its quality they're offering a 3-year guarantee. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uhES5d)
We do not have to worry if the notification continues to beep when the umbrella is in a safe location because Kisha will not interfere us by issued notification when the location is in a place that is already stored in the database, for example Kisha will not sound when in the house, car or office.

This smart umbrella uses a battery that is claimed to be used for 3-6 months. In addition to the smart features, Kisha as the regular umbrella also not forget the basic features as the umbrella where Kisha has a good quality that is not easily damaged and easily to opened/closed when needed. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | KISHA | GIZMAG]
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The holographic era is in sight

Pretty soon Microsoft will launch Hololens that will change the world about how we use computers in the future or it also can be said an era where we will be increasingly rarely use computer monitors. Hololens is an eyewear that combines the real world with the virtual world or called the augmented reality technology.
Microsoft executives Joe Belfiore, Terry Myerson and Alex Kipman pose wearing HoloLens eyewear that overlays 3D images on the real world, at a press event at the technology titan's main campus in Redmond, Washington. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LdKBnf)
Through Hololens later many things that can be done without having to use a computer (monitor and keyboard). Name it whatever, we can design something without touching the monitor and keyboard, just use Hololens and our hands.
Microsoft Hololens is an eyewear that combines the real world with the virtual world or called the augmented reality technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1yKuUPh)
The greatness of a merger between the real and virtual world allows us to incorporate the design into a real object, for example when someone is designing a motorcycle, the design can be applied directly to the real object (the motorcycle frame).
With Microsoft Hololens, you can designing a motorcycle and the design can be applied directly to the real object (the motorcycle frame). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1yKuUPh)
Of course there are many more things you can do and if you want to know roughly what the hell to do, can see the video below.
And this Microsoft Hololens will work with Windows OS 10 platform, which will be launched in the near future. Well, everything may become easier with this technology. We'll wait for the debut later. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MICROSOFT  | BAGOGAMES]
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Saturday, January 17, 2015

What if we have a modular phone?

Maybe you are still confused about what benefits mobile modules that are currently still being developed by Google with the name Project Ara?

No need to be confused, just watch the video below will be much easier to understand the advantages of mobile phone module system.
Google hopes Project Ara will change the way you see smartphones. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1ynjpyN)
Later, as users not only allows us to change the part of the phone such as the processor, camera or screen to the newer technology but the phone module allows us to add some other things such larger speakers, compass and more.
Not just replace it, the phone module also makes us more efficient where if there is a part that is damaged, we simply replace the damaged module just, so do not need to buy a new phone. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PROJECT ARA | GREENBOT]
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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Sony releases the camera phone sensor with resolution 21MP

Sony has just announced the arrival of a new camera sensors for smartphones with the resolution of 21 megapixels. This sensor will begin to be sent to the buyer in April 2015 and named Exmor RS IMX230.

The Exmor RS IMX230 using CMOS imaging sensor design which allows more faster autofocus and create better image quality. Not only that, Sony also provided it with 4K video recording capabilities.

Like its predecessor, this new sensor also adopted the stacked design. According to Sony, this kind of design can make a smaller size of CMOS sensor, but can give higher image quality and better functionality.

Sony explained that the Exmor RS IMX230 uses a chip that consists of a series of signal processing, instead of using a back-illuminated image sensor SMOS as commonly used in another camera sensor.
The image comparison above to see how the new CMOS sensor (right) stacks up against its predecessor (left) with the new capabilities. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/13j7ch3)
The Exmor RS IMX230 supported up to 192 autofocus points that are capable of producing better focus detection although fast moving objects. The autofocus capability equivalent to the ability of the DSLR autofocus (see the example image above).

At the moment shipped later, Sony will give the price for their new sensor at 18 dollars or around Rp.220 thousand. And does not rule out the possibility of this sensor will first be pinned on Xperia Z4, the latest generation of Sony's flagship smartphone which reportedly will release early next year. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SONY | IMORE]
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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Drawing with 3D Pen to make the real object

Three-dimensional (3D) printer technology has been growing and more and more developed by various parties. The most recent innovation is a modification of a 3D printer into a 3D pen that could write in the air.
The Lix Pen is a 3-D-printing pen that lets you draw objects out of thin air. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1kv4ZRJ)
A team of London-based designers claim to have created the world's smallest 3D-printing pen – an anodised aluminium device called Lix that allows users to "doodle in the air" and called the 3Doodler. Someone could write a sentence or draw something in the air, then that is written or drawn into the real. Suppose want to draw a cube, draw a cube shape in the air, then it will be a real cube in three dimensions.

Lix asked for donations to the fund company for the innovative work, Kickstarter, and get the funds to create this 3D pen. Basically the pen that can draw a three-dimensional object has the same principle with a 3D printer. As reported by the Daily Mail on Friday, May 2, 2014.
Lix 3D-printing pen allows users to create solid drawings in mid air. (Picture from:  http://bit.ly/1rVMzOz)
The basic ingredients of the ink pens are objects of junk with a plastic base material that is included on the back end of the pen. While in the pen, a plastic that is inserted will be burned at a temperature of 150 degrees Celsius can be a viscous ink that dries quickly in the air. This pen has a 16.3 cm long, 1.4 cm in diameter, and weighs 34.9 grams. Made of aluminum and has a black and silver color variants.

3D pen can also be connected to USB on a computer. The 'object creator' pen will be sold with a price of U.S $140 (or approx Rp. 1.6 million) and go on sale next September 2014. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILY MAIL | DE ZEEN MAGAZINE]
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Friday, April 18, 2014

World's smallest printer

A start up company named Zuta Labs introduces an innovative printer that only fist-sized. This printer can be inserted into a pocket and can be taken anywhere.

This tool is named Pocket Printer, because this printer can be put into your pocket. This portable printer is shaped like a circle that is coupled with a triangle. Only have 10 cm high, 11.5 cm diameter, and weighs only 300 grams.
The world's smallest printer named Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs. (Picture from: http://www.zutalabs.com/)
How to work in the Pocket Printer prints a document is very simple. Simply put this portable printer on paper desired, by itself Pocket Printer prints text line will run as shown in the computer or mobile phone. In a full-page print, the Pocket Printer takes a minute.

Ink that can be used only black ink. This printer is connected to the computer using a mobile device or wireless connectivity. Printer-made Zuta inovatis Labs can be operated with the Android operating system, iOS, Linux, OS X, and Windows. But the resilience of the battery power can only be used for one hour.
Printers that can run itself is not mass-produced and not sold freely. The company is currently negotiating with Kickstarter to ask for donations of funds for mass production printers. The plan, this printer will be released in January 2015. Similarly, as quoted from Daily Mail on Sunday, April 13, 2014. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ZUTA LABS | DAILY MAIL]
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Saturday, March 15, 2014

iPhone 6 concept design

Apple's newly released iPhone iPhone 5S and 5C to market. However, this did not deter the people to begin to guess, what design will be used by Apple for its latest generation of iPhone later.

One of those who tried to do so is a designer named Sam Beckett. As quoted from Mashable, he using image editing software, such as Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, After Effects, and Final Cut Pro X, Beckett made the iPhone 6 design is based on Apple's latest tablet, the iPad Air.
Sam Becket's iPhone 6 design concept. (Picture from: http://mashable.com/)
iPhone 6 concept design, which he calls the iPhone Air, it has a shape that is quite interesting. It has a body that is thinner, smaller bezel, and a larger screen than the previous iPhone generations.

One thing to remember, this is a concept design or a mere figment of Beckett. iPhone 6 will most likely have a different form of the invention.

The latest generation of iPhone is rumored to be present in the two display options, namely 4.7 and 5.5 inches. One version of the iPhone 6 will have a screen density of 441 pixels per inch, the same as the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Both versions will reportedly have a glass that is made of sapphire. Just for the record, to date, Apple has used the material to the camera sensor and a fingerprint scanner on the iPhone 5S. And finally both versions of the iPhone 6 is said to be introduced formally in September 2014.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MASHABLE]
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