Apple has already obtained a worldwide license to use Liquidmetal alloy in consumer electronic products.
The liquidmetal-based new iPhone is certainly believable. Antoine Brieux, a designer from France, has created sixth-generation Liquidmetal iPhone 5 shots which are available on his blog.
Apple would be able to create a stronger, lighter and thinner iPhone with the use of the new metallic glass allow, with a body just 7.9mm thin compared to the 9.3mm profile on the 4S. There isn’t a physical home button as the designer envisions a virtual home button sitting at the bottom of the screen. The concept includes a 4.5-inch widescreen display that may create issues with third-party apps.
Liquidmetal iPhone 5 with A6 chip, 10 Mpx Camera and 4.5-inch 16:9 Display
|LM iPhone 5 Concept|
|A6 iPhone 5 16:9 widescrean|
|Liquid iPhone 5 with 10 Megapixels Camera|
|LM iPhone 5 with 3.5mm Audio jack|
|LM 7.9mm thin iPhone 5 Concept|