The Access case for iPhone and iPad protects, showcases and compliments your device’s form to enhance rather than impair its functionality. A minimal leather design wraps around the exterior while suede microfiber and a single leather strap on the interior serve as a convenient utility pocket. Best of all, the case uses “micro-suction” technology to keep your phone in place, making it super easy to remove when you don’t need the case! See how it works ->
AUGMENT is a concept developed from frustration with protective phone cases and their incompatibility with basic fundamental accessories. (For instance, a user might find it difficult to dock the iPhone 5 or 5S with a case present.) This product family reimagines all the necessary peripherals to charge, dock, or rock out with headphones seamlessly without frustration of the case getting in the way. Until the next iPhone is released with a solution, it’s your one-stop-shop for getting all those accessories in order!
Audio Phones is a surround sound cell phone that uses a 5.1 multi-channel audio system. The concept addresses the need for innovation in the field of sound technology in Smartphones. Unless you pair the phone with great portable speakers or headphones, you feel shortchanged in the audio department.
Designer: Wang He
Here it is, another sweet iPhone 6 concept. Interestingly by pushing the display to the edge, a 4.8″ display has been fashioned. I prefer this bling touch to the minimal one that is seen in the iPhone 5s. What do you guys think? Aye or Nay?
Designers: Martin Hajek & Steve Hemmerstoffer
The ECO-MOBIUS is a modular phone that can be easily assembled and upgraded. Its modules are easily replaceable and are assembled via sliding tracks. Basically the phone is divided into four independent modules – display, core, battery, and camera. The display module includes the screen and the lens; the core module is loaded with CPU, GPU, RAM, ROM, and other electronic devices.
Designers: Peter Gao, Xiao Qihu, Able Chen, Chen Cuifeng, Fiona Chen, Chen Yan, Dong Feng, Xu Yuanyuan, Yu Chaoyang & Yu Yue from ZTE Corporation
How I love the creative genius of Phone Designer aka Jonas Dähnert! Inspired by the original 2012 Surface, this concept phone has all the elements of a sleek design and ingenuity that is often seen missing in Microsoft products. Remember Zune? Moving on, if we throw the floor open for debate, then what kinda featured would you like to see in this Windows 8 powered phone? Do tell….
Designer: Phone Designer [ Jonas Dähnert ]
Love ‘em or hate ‘em the iPhone 5S and 5C are here to stay! Whether you’re a fan or not, you’ll see the aesthetic and functional compliment these Bluetooth headsets by David Stockton make to the latest Apple iPhones. Applying the same minimal design values and like color scheme, there’s a headset for every iPhone option. Personally, I like them even more than the phones!
Designer: David Stockton
As customizable as our smartphones might seem, we’re really limited to using the controls exactly how the manufacturer intends. This case-concept explores the use of multi-touch/capacitive sensing beyond the boundaries of the device’s screen. It makes it possible for the user to swipe or touch anywhere they’d like to activate different features. Users can set their own shortcuts and define the controls to their liking, or trigger the device to remember their actions. Make your phone adapt to you, not the other way around!
Designer: Richard Donaldson
Bissol’s latest mobile timepiece is an elegant addition to the iPhone 5(s) that merges a classic timepiece to the modern smartphone. The 2000 Calibre here features an automatic mechanical Swiss movement suspended by a unique single bridge. Its precision one-piece construction allows the user to see the inner workings of the clock in an interesting contrast to the minimal, enclosed look of the iPhone.
This might just be the feature that Apple needed to give their iPhone 5S and 5C release the “oomph” it needed! OptUX lets users get the most from the 5′s larger screen size without sacrificing ergonomics. The interface can tell if you are holding the phone in your left or right hand, automatically articulating the apps in that direction so their within reach of your thumb. Perfect for working with one hand!
Designer: Noel Joyce
Mountable on any wall, the Myquadro iPhone dock is the perfect perch for your beloved iPhone! Not only will it charge your phone, but the seemingly simple white structure will start to glow blue, green or red depending on the type of notification you’ve received. Built-in speakers also stream your favorite tunes with your phone framed like the piece of art that it is!
Designer: Roberto Paoli
Forget the iPhone 5S! We’re so excited about this design (and the fact that it’s almost available) that we can barely breathe! TableConnect literally makes your iPhone or iPad about the size of a full grown man. With full multitouch capability, you can access all your apps, photos, videos, movies and more with the swipe of a finger (or even a full hand). Hit the jump to see it in action!