When Steve Jobs passed away, his fans and admirers all over the world came up with unique ways to pay tribute to him. It was almost like an unannounced competition where every fan wanted his tribute to be unique. This trend continued months after Steve Jobs’ demise.
Now a fan has designed an iPhone which can be seen as a tribute to Steve Jobs.
Antonio De Rosa has come up with yet a new iPhone concept. This concept revolves around a handset that De Rosa called the iPhone SJ because it was inspired by the late Steve Jobs.
According to De Rosa’s ADR Studio website, the concept is about taking the existing iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S body and reinvent it.
De Rosa has speculated that the concept of iPhone SJ could come packed with a dual-core A6 chip and a 10 megapixel camera. Most probably, Apple might put these inside the iPhone 5.
The full glass front panel which would pack a capacitive screen edge-to-edge has been described as the biggest feature of this concept. That screen has been built atop a lightweight polycarbonate body.
Apple is expected to bring the iPhone 5 to market later this year, possibly in October.
Source: iDownload Blog