iPhone 6 Release Date: Revealed as the Insanely Thin iPhone Air

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By Karla Danica Figuerres | December 16, 2013 12:52 PM EST

Sleeker than the iPhone 5, thinner than any other iPhone 6 concept design and definitely sexier than the gold iPhone 5s, this insanely thin iPhone Air has flooded the Internet recently.

A new concept video about the next generation iPhone has gone viral. It showcases the conceptual design of the iPhone 6 which sports a larger yet thinner handset that packs impressive specs and features in a 3 mm base and 1.5 mm top built. The concept video highlights the largest yet most compact smartphone - the so called iPhone Air.

Check out the video here. Bear in mind though that for now, this just remains a concept and it is unlikely that Apple will consider the design cues for its next generation flagship smartphone. Nonetheless, there will always that slim chance that the Cupertino tech giant will.

Basically, the concept video is from Set Solution which offers its own theoretical concept of the iPhone Air and the iPhone 6C. There are two concept videos, one for the iPhone Air and another for the iPhone 6C, wherein the C here now stands for curve and not colour.

The 1-minute clip of the iPhone Air concept highlights impressive renderings. The iPhone Air concept weighs only 70 g with an edge-to-edge glass screen display. On the other hand, the iPhone 6C concept video displays a wide array of colours similar to the iPhone 5c, but it features a notable curved screen display like the Samsung Galaxy Round and the LG G Flex but its back remains flat.

Although the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c have only been in the shelves for a few months now, concepts about the next generation iPhone already abound. But then again, although the videos and images portrayed are pretty good and they look undoubtedly believable handsets, they are not, in any way, related to Apple's concepts of its next generation iPhone. Apple is not known for releasing its concepts for its smartphones. All consumers and fans have to do at this point is to wait patiently for the next generation iPhone.

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