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This concept shows what the next generation iPhone could look like. On the far left, the phone shows some of the categories that would be set for new contacts, as well as how the interface would look overall. On the bottom are three main categories "contact list", "add photo"(add picture of the contact), and "save contact". The three dots are similar to what is found in iTunes where each represents another page of information. Sliding a finger across them would just bring up three more options across the bottom. The iPhone showing photos is pretty simple. It's a coverflow-like display. Sliding a finger left or right across the flower icon in the lower right-hand corner will move the pictures in the corresponding direction. Clicking a photo will allow you to zoom in or out, email the photo, set it as your background, etc. The folder name is shown under the status bar to show where you are in your photo collection. The iPhone showing video playback just shows the device displaying a video. It's paused and shows the information for the video (artist, description, album, song name, album art thumbnail). The last iPhone shows how "Now Playing" would look for music. Clicking the music/iTunes logo could bring up lyrics that you could scroll through on the bottom half of the screen and sing along while keeping up with the songs progress, or it would show other songs on the album playlist, etc.

Demorrius Sims
Stockbridge, GA

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