We’re still months away from Apple’s typical September iPhone event, but there have been more than enough rumors circulating about the company’s next handset, with one of them being it having metal edges, just like its sixth-generation predecessor. ConceptsiPhone shows us just that with their latest render, since it’s expected to have flat metal edges around the handset’s entire perimeter. Read more for the video and additional information.
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CES 2020 is well underway, but Samsung has held back most of its smartphone announcements for Mobile World Congress next month and their own press event. One rumor circulating is that they’ll reveal the next-generation Galaxy Fold, but instead of the odd form factor of the first one, this model will sport a clamshell design, or to be more specific, a 6.7-inch Foldable Dynamic AMOLED screen. Read more for a video and additional pictures based on the leaks.
Ever wonder what a flying car inspired by classic F1 cars would look like? If so, Lazzarini Design Studio has just the vehicle for you. Called the FD 0ne, this tri-copter of sorts combines modern drone technology with the classic lines of a Ferrari Formula One car from the 1950s. It’s powered by six electric engines – four up front and two in the rear – connected by a belt system to a V12 petrol engine. Read more for a video and additional information.
Photo credit: Luca Serafini
Automotive designer Luca Serafini believes Maserati needs a flagship vehicle, and the MilleMiglia should be under heavy consideration should it become a reality. Based on the Maserati 250F and 6CM, this single-seat, open-top hypercar sports a curvy body with swooping lines cascading across the car’s sheet metal. It’s finished in Italian Avio and features LED daytime running lights while out back, a third brake light runs vertically up the rear. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Apple insider Macotakara claims that the company’s new budget iPhone SE 2 phone will arrive next year, and it may ditch that name for the iPhone 9 instead. No official specifications have been announced, but rumors say that it could have the A13 Bionic processor, which would make this lower-cost model as fast as the pricier models, along with 5G connectivity. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Koenigsegg Automotive AB was founded in 1994 in Sweden by Christian von Koenigsegg, with the goal of producing a “world-class” sports car. After several years of development and testing, the CC8S, the company’s first street-legal production car, was introduced in 2002. Today, they are known for their extreme hypercars, including the Agera, Regera, and now, Jesko. TATA Motors lead designer Riccardo Angelini put his own twist on what he thinks the next Koenigsegg hypercar should look like. Read more for additional pictures of the 81st Ghost.
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You’ve seen the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Motorola RAZR and other foldable smartphones this year, but what if Apple were to surprise the world with a similar device in 2020 / 2021? It might look something like this iPhone Pro concept. Did you know that research and development into flexible OLED displays largely began in the late 2000s with the main intentions of implementing this technology in mobile devices? That’s right, they were probably in development when Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone back in 2007. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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What really sets Tesla’s Cybertruck apart from other trucks is its unibody construction that uses thick 3 mm (1⁄8 in) 30x-series cold-rolled stainless steel body panels, which can’t be stamped like traditional automobile parts. These panels can only be bent along straight lines, thus resulting in a very distinctive faceted design which has been called “low-poly”. What if a company were to turn this truck into a smartphone? It might look like Jonas Daehnert’s Cyberphone. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Abimelec Design liked how the Tesla Cybertruck looked, but would rather it be powered by a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat engine. So, they came pu with this Hellcat-powered Cybertruck, complete with dual exhaust pipes and an exposed V8 engine block out back on the bed, which means the Cyberquad would probably have to be towed if someone decided to make this a reality in a couple of years. Read more for additional pictures.
Jetpack Aviation is currently developing Speeder, the world’s first flying motorcycle, and it’s powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel, or Jet-A-fuel. The two planned models include an ultralight version that will fly at 60mph without requiring a pilot’s license and an experimental version that can hit over 150mph, but requires a formal license to operate. Both models will have up to 30-minutes of flight time, with a flight ceiling of 15,000 feet. Read more for a video and additional information.