Considering how the MacBook has received the MacBook Air treatment in the past, do you think that the folks over at Apple might also do the same to their coveted iPhone range as well? I am quite sure that we are all pretty much well aware by now that there will be another iPhone released in due time later this year, but as to whether it will be known as the iPhone 6 or not, remains to be seen. Right now, what you see above happens to be the iPhone Air concept video, which could possibly be the closest resemblance to what the real deal would look like.
A biological solar panel? That idea certainly sounds like a winner no matter which particular angle you look at it from, and it seems that Swiss designer Fabienne Felder might have stumbled upon the next big thing. Basically, Felder has worked with University of Cambridge scientists Paolo Bombelli and Ross Dennis in order to figure out a method of using plants as a kind of “biological solar panel“. The team shared, “Theoretically any photosynthesising plant could be used as a biological solar panel.” As for the technology developed, it has been called Photo Microbial Fuel Cells (Photo-MFCs), which will be able to capture and harness the electrical power of plants. I suppose this is somewhat like a “Matrix” experience for plants instead of us humans powering robots, it would be plants that will power our infrastructure needs.