Apple is reported to be working on touchless controls for the upcoming iPhones. They are also working on a new type of OLED or microLED display, capable of being curved inwardly and from top to bottom. With the reports emerging since the start of the week, well-known designer, Martin Hajek, has come up with his vision for these devices. Hajek’s snazzy renders can easily be checked over at iDrop.
These renders are quite similar to those of the Nokia 8100. This Nokia device is known as the banana iPhone as well. It was first seen in the first Matrix movie.
In Hajek’s design, the inwardly curved iPhone has an aluminum-made slide-down front panel. This panel protects the indented second screen, which is relegated to displaying a touch keyboard. Two Apple logos can be spotted as well, with one on the back and the other on the upfront slide-down plate.