The designers at ADR have created a design for what they think a future iPhone might look like; they have even named their creation - the iPhone Plus.
With the WWDC event coming up in June, the rumour mill has been going into overdrive with the potential for an iPhone 5 announcement. Whilst we all know that Apple will release the next device in its own sweet time, this hasn't stopped the designer Antonio De Rose giving us his two cents worth of speculation.
According to the description of the phone, it's an amalgamation of the best rumours and speculated specifications that are currently floating around on the web.
The screen is a massive 4.3in Retina display. Considering that Apple has resolutely stuck with a 3.5in display, this design may be a bit farfetched. The screen glass is supposed to be made of 'double alkali-alumino silicate' that is created in a way to be very impact, and scratch resistant.
The iPhone Plus has been given an A6 quad-core processor and a 10-megapixel rear-facing camera with a f/2.4 wide angle lens, which is capable of recording 1080p video at 30fps. The front-facing camera boasts 2-megapixels, and is capable of recording SD video. The Plus also features an built-in pico projector, like the Samsung Galaxy Beam. This mobile can project photos and videos onto a wall, table or screen.
Whilst the iPhone Plus is just a concept design, and is unlikely to be a representation of the next iPhone, it's a good example of what the best rumours would like, in an actual device.