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Check Out Martin Hajek’s New Concept Pictures Budget iPhone Running Revamped iOS 7

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Check Out Martin Hajek’s New Concept Pictures Budget iPhone Running Revamped iOS 7

We are very close to Apple's WWDC 2013 (World Wide Developers Conference) where we are expecting to see the new software for iPhone iOS 7 coming with a new whole design. So it is a normal thing when we see designers making iOS 7 concepts believing what it will looks like.. Today we've got a new iOS 7 concept made by Martin Hajek's and it is really awesome... 
His mockups, Hajek explains on his personal blog, serve to illustrate “how Apple might introduce the new, cheap iPhone.” More awesomeness can be found right past the fold…
Many watchers expect the iPod-ification of the iPhone to start with the introduction of the iPhone 5S and budget iPhone, both said to arrive in a variety of vivid color choices.
Enough talk, check out the mockups below and don’t forget to visit Hajek’s blog for more.

That's not all, also he created a mockup showing how Apple might promote the budget iPhone on its official website: 
Talk of so-called less-pricey iPhone has been picking up steam ahead of Apple’s WWDC 2013 conference, which takes place at Moscone West in San Francisco from Monday, June 10 until Friday, June 14.
If the supply chain chatter is to be believed, Apple’s contract manufacturer Pegatron is currently hiring an additional 40,000 workers on top of its existing 100,000 employees, allegedly as it’s getting ready to ramp up production of the budget iPhone.
Parts supplier ETrade Supply, which proved reliable with its past Apple leaks, last week confirmed that such a device actually exists. Despite using a rumored polycarbonate bodyrather than the glass and aluminum two-tone design, the device isn’t expected to skimp on features.
While Apple could opt for a lower-resolution camera, the budget iPhone is said to be powered by Apple’s upcoming A7 chip and feature the same four-inch screen found on the iPhone 5, if not larger.


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