Amazing iPhone 6 concept design

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This concept design iPhone 6 will have Retina 2 technology. As you can see, it has an edge-to-edge screen. You may feel worried that the screen edges are prone to breaking, but look closer. Very thin but indestructible Graphene protective cover will protect the screen. The design is done by Johnny Plaid.

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