Iphone 5 mini concept

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  05 May 2013
Iphone 5 mini concept

I recently read that perhaps Apple is preparing a more affordable version of their iphone. Thinking about how this new model could be, decided to create my own version of the phone. As you can see the concept is based on the current ipod touch, it's very similar. Just added the controls that a phone needs and made it a little thicker.
The composition tries to show the different colors of the model, in addition to show its dimensions and different angles. Maybe it should be called iphone 5 mini or iphone 5L (lite).

The modeling is done in Maya, rendered in mental ray and some retouching in photoshop.
What do you think?
  05 May 2013
Here's another version with some color tweaking and DOF:

  08 August 2013
Another version based on the plastic backplate rumors

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  08 August 2013
HUGE iphone if you plank on your table are that small
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  08 August 2013
Maybe because of the composition the iphone looks bigger. I've changed that and reduced the planks size, also tweaked the colors

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  08 August 2013
nah man you need to increase the size of the planks.
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  08 August 2013
is it a floor? if so.. wooden floor have, at less, the same width of the iphone
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  08 August 2013
Your glossy surfaces (the screen mainly) show few or no reflections at all. This is unrealistic considering it is a piece of glass on the front.
  08 August 2013
Ok here's another version
-I've changed the background to a garden's table. I've modelled this ikea table. Added some dof, and i think the table is properly scaled.
-Also reduced the mia_light_surface of the white iphone screen catching some subtle reflections

  08 August 2013
Hey man,

Its a huge cliche in the world of consumer electronics rendering, but that diagonal highlight across a reflective surface does help.


Even on a matte surface it still helps.


It might also help to increase the brightness of your edge highlights.


  08 August 2013
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