It’s been just over a month since Apple launched the new iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, and the designers have already started conceptualizing the iPhone 7 running Apple’s next major software update that will be iOS 10. This is exactly what this new video demonstrates. The video conceptualizes Apple’s next-generation iPhone model running a future version of iOS.
The concept video shows an iPhone 7 having a front completely covered with the display and no bezels and a future version of iOS (iOS 10?) taking full advantage of this bezel-less display. The video imagines an entirely new interface for different iOS components such as Control Center and the Siri, and the Notifications are displayed along the top edge of the device.
The concept provides a fresh take on the contacts view, which no only provides shortcuts to the Messenger and the Phone, but also displays social media plugins such as Facebook walls and the Instagram timelines for each contact.
While the idea of a future iPhone with a display covering the full screen and an in-display Touch ID is cool but it doesn’t seem feasible for now. A reduction is the bezel size of the iPhone 7 will be a plausible improvement, but a fullscreen device could be difficult to use at times – though it would be a great media viewing device.
Here is the video demonstrating an imagined iPhone 7 running a future version of iOS customized to take advantage of the full screen of the device. Do not forget to share your thoughts about this concept: