Want a sneak peek at Apple's iPhone 6? Sure you do, but, sadly, you're going to have to wait a while before Cupertino officially lifts the curtain on its next-generation handset.
But don't fret too much. If you're fiending for a look at the next iPhone, we have something that might hold you over for a bit. Designer Sam Beckett over the weekend released an impressively realistic concept video on The Verge forums showing what he calls the "iPhone Air."
The device Beckett envisioned sports a 4.7in sapphire crystal display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and 468 pixels per inch, up from 326ppi in the iPhone 5s . The bezels have been scaled down so there's practically no frame around the screen. Beckett also predicts that the next iPhone will have a 10-megapixel camera with an increased aperture of f/1.8 and a faster A8 chip.
"I wanted to keep the core design of the iPhone very much inline with what customers expect from Apple," Beckett wrote. "I have given the device the title 'iPhone Air' because Apple has demonstrated that they think the iPhone is a mature enough device to warrant two versions (5s and 5c) and I believe more distinctive branding, much like the iPad Mini and Air will help to reinforce the two product lines."
While the video is fun to look at, viewers should take it with a huge grain of salt. It is, of course, just one person's idea of what the phone may look like, and has not been endorsed by Apple.
Still, the video draws on a number of possibly legitimate rumors that have been making the rounds. Take a look for yourself and let us know what you think of the fictitious iPhone Air in the comments below.
Meanwhile, Apple on has pushed out an update for its iOS mobile operating system, featuring support for the much-hyped CarPlay, improvements for Siri, Touch ID, and more.