Designer Miyoshimasato has come up with the iLight, an Apple-designed flashlight that features a slim and slick body that does not have any switches or buttons to make your life complicated. It comes with the pre-requisite “i” prefix that makes it stand out as an Apple product, but that’s about all the similarities we have. Apple would surely frown upon the usability of the iLight as it lacks the touch interface that currently makes Apple products stand out from the rest. Imagine touching it to turn it on, and doing likewise to turn it off. Increasing/decreasing luminance is as easy as a flick of your fingers. The glowing Apple logo shows just how much battery life you have left. Too bad this is but a concept from an overtly imaginative designer and won’t roll onto retail shelves anytime soon.
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