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This year’s new iPhone lineup has just hit the market, but Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, has just released a report with a few details about next year’s models. Apparently, Apple will still use the same 5.8-inch (OLED), 6.1-inch (LCD) and 6.5-inch (OLED) panels, while either reducing the notch, or completely eliminating it, similar to the new iPad Pro. Other upgrades could include: an A13 processor, improved Face ID sensors, a triple rear cameras setup, and possibly Apple Pencil support. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Ever wonder what a modern Ferrari F40 would look like? If so, industrial designer Samir Sadikhov has created a concept that will show you just that, or at least his interpretation of one. He spent over a year working on the exterior / interior features, and the latter features an airplane-style steering wheel as well as intertwined seats. Read more for additional pictures.
The Danger Hiptop, better known as the T-Mobile Sidekick, is a GPRS/EDGE/UMTS smartphone produced by Danger Incorporated (subsidiary of Microsoft now) from 2002 to 2010. The last iteration, the Sidekick LX (PV-300), featured a 3.2 inch F-WVGA display, 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, along with improved functionality for social networking applications. If BlackBerry released a smartphone with a similar design today, ACCESS is what it might look like. Continue reading for a bonus video, more pictures and additional information.
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It’s inevitable, in the near future, just about every new car on the road will boast autonomous capabilities, including off-road vehicles, such as Jeeps. The futuristic Jeep Concept Freedom by Antonio Paglia fits the bill, complete with sharp lines, angles, large wheels, lots of ground clearance, and the familiar shallow windows, sloping roof as well as huge rear wheel arches. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The iPhone XI is set for release around this time next year, and many are looking forward to a notch-less design, but one thing it probably won’t have is a pop-up FaceTime camera. However, if you ever wanted to see what such a device would look like, this concept should do the trick. It also doubles as a projector that can project the UI onto just about any flat surface. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Honda started off the 2018 SEMA Show with a unique concept, called the “Open Air Vehicle,” that’s based on the Ridgeline Pioneer 1000 pickup. It aims to create “the ultimate open-air off-road Honda adventure vehicle,” and boasts the same doors as the Pioneer 1000 side-by-side, a custom-designed bed and modified tailgate panels. Inside, you’ll find Civic Type R seats reupholstered in waterproof Pioneer 1000 material, and there’s even smartphone holders from RAM Mounts. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Google just recently launched their Pixel 3 smartphone, and you know what that means…. the Pixel 4 will be coming sooner than later – some time in October-November 2019. This Pixel 4 Ultra concept by Tech Configurations features a 6.2″ QHD foldable display, dual rear cameras, and the latest Qualcomm chipset, which will undoubtedly be upgraded come release time. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
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The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is expected to be unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, but what if the automaker were to release an off-road edition? Well, it would probably look something like this creation by Rain Prisk Design. It would retain its current 8.0L quad-turbocharged W16 generating 1,479-hp, while adding an off-road suspension / lights, all-terrain tires, a strong skid plate, and a roof rack. Continue reading for more of Rain Prisk’s creations and additional information.
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Sony has kept their lid on the PS5, but in May, Sony Interactive CEO John Kodera revealed that the console would not be released until 2021, but analysts claim that it could come as soon as Christmas 2019 – sooner than the next-generation Xbox. The company will reportedly use this console to highlight its VR efforts, with the technology being integrated at the silicon level, and everything will be powered by a AMD Navi-based GPU, paired with a semi-custom Zen CPU. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
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In 1985 further improvements were made to the Ferrari 400 i, with the launch of the Ferrari 412 in April that year. The engine was bored 1 mm, for an increase in displacement to 4,942 cc – hence the name change representing the single cylinder displacement in cubic centimeters. Ares Design decided to give this classic a modern makeover, complete with a 6.3-liter V12 engine generating 690 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for more pictures and information.