Submit Content or Tips to:


Facebook Twitter Gplus Pinterest RSS
Home Mini iPhone Mini Concept Running iOS 7 Surfaces – Design Looks Impressive

iPhone Mini Concept Running iOS 7 Surfaces – Design Looks Impressive

The rumors of Apple releasing a mini version of the iPhone really heat up last month. Some calling it the iPhone Mini and others simply referring to it as a ‘cheaper iPhone version.’ Whatever the blog sphere wants to call the device it sounds like a good idea for Apple. First, an iPhone mini will be a good launch for the Asian, Latin American and the Caribbean market that cannot afford the more expensive iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 6.

It will be an even bigger deal for those countries and people who like smaller smartphones if the iPhone Mini runs iOS7 like many are predicting.

Doing some research the other day I come across some very impressive concepts of what the iPhone Mini could look like. The rumored iPhone mini concepts are designed by Damaso Benitez. The iPhone Mini could benefit from Apple’s iOS 7 “flatdesign. The iPhone mini concepts features multi-color designs!

Take a look at the concepts designs of the rumored iPhone mini and tell us what you think.

iPhone Mini Concept by Damaso Benitez

If you enjoyed this article, Get email updates (It’s Free)

About the Author:

I'm a writer, editor and a very busy traveler! I write and edit for a number of blogs, magazines and journals. I contribute daily to

Mathieu Louis – who has written posts on .


 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
1 Comment  comments 

One Response

  1. Unlock Codes

    I have already been evaluating iOS7 on my iPhone 5 for the past week. Being truthful I fell a little tepid regarding the whole experience. After many years of design advancement exactly why have Apple made the decision to make their OS look like a poor cousin of Microsoft’s Windows 8. On the other side it seems to have borrowed heavily from Android. Now you can swipe up to turn on/off WIFI, Bluetooth, very similar to Android. In summary I enjoy: Newsstand, the integrated torch, screen transition, new compass interface and mail interface.

    I don’t like: no mass erase feature in the mail program, it’s still message by message deletion. The pseudo windows interface and menu movement. The settings menu is a bit of a waste land of white space.
    Like an aging married couple I am finding more faults with it as time goes on but I grow to like it the more time I devote to it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

nine + 8 =

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

© Copyright @ 2013,,