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What If iPad Air 2 Borrowed the iPhone 6 Design? [CONCEPT]

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Genius designer Martin Hajek has imagined what we might get if the upcoming iPad Air 2 borrowed the design language from the iPhone 6 / 6 Plus in a new concept titled “What If…”. “Not sure if I would like this though – the plastic bands on the iPhone 6 just feel, well, too plastic-ey to me”, he says. Though I personally believe it would be pretty amazing to hold in your hands.

Take a look and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

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  • WatDah

    Genius??????? Designer?????? Please please please tell me that was sarcasm.

  • Haters gonna hate. Hajek has some skill though.

  • einsteinbqat

    i hate those lines!

  • 😀

  • WatDah

    No doubt his skill of copy and pasting the current look of iPhone for everything is top notch, after all these years. Ok, fine, his skill in the glowing light effect is good too, I’ll give him that too.

  • Werdner

    That looks awful

  • gerry

    I’d rather have the full solid bar on top than those lines itself.

  • Zeke

    I like it. Id get the gold with the white screen. I like the gold iPhone 6 and Plus because the white lines wrap around the side and merge up into the white border of the screen. Looks seamless. Love that look.

    Maybe the celluar version will have the lines but the wifi only iPads wont. Who knows. Can’t wait!

  • Anon

    It’s not like Apple is going to make some new radical design with the new iPad, different from everything else. They are more than likely to copy their own current designs, and implement them through out their entire line up, as to make everything uniform.

  • OliChabot

    I personnally love it !

  • WatDah

    You are not wrong but that’s not the point. This guy literally just copy and paste the design for everything he does. From watch to phone to thermostat. Zero creativity. Calling him a designer is questionable, and definitely no where close to being a genius.

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