There are many ways to pay tribute to a person who has already passed on – take the late Steve Jobs for example. Some company in China decided to rip off his likeness by releasing an action figure of Steve, coming in his trademark turtleneck and blue jeans look, although without any prior permission from Apple for doing so, leading Cupertino to ensure their legal team has yet another case to attend to. As for Antonio De Rosa, this designer from ADR Studios decided not to take any chances by going against the law or ruffling the feathers of those at Apple, deciding instead to conjure pretty looking next-generation iPhone concept that he has dubbed the “iPhone SJ.” There is no need to second guess what the “SJ” suffix stands for, but if you are still feeling a little bit heavy in the head, that would be “Steve Jobs”. What makes the iPhone SJ special is its edge-to-edge capacitive touchscreen, a 10-megapixel camera, an A6 processor, and a polycarbonate body that makes it extremely lightweight. Any idea on the battery life? Do you think future iPhones will get any thinner?
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