iPhone 6: Most-wanted features

With the iPhone 5S and 5C finally arriving, it's time to look ahead to the next iPhone. Here's a rundown of the features and design upgrades we'd most like to see in an iPhone 6.

NAK Studio's concept art for the iPhone 6 (click to enlarge). Antoine Brieux of NAK Studio

The drama -- or some might argue, the lack thereof -- is over. The iPhone 5S and 5C have officially arrived, which means it's once again time to look ahead to the next iPhone.

I know. Some of you may be getting bored of this game. But for others, it's still fun to play.

Will it be called the iPhone 6? There's a good chance it will be, though sometimes Apple likes to shake things up a bit, as we've seen with the 5C and the naming of its iPads.

But whatever it is called, I do have a wish list of what I'd like it to have.

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As usual, you can agree or disagree with my picks, and feel free to suggest your own. It's also worth mentioning that like a lot of other people -- many of whom have switched to Android phones -- I've given up on an ever Apple including such items as expandable memory, a removable battery, and a standard Micro-USB port instead of a Lightning port. So I haven't bothered to include those features on the list.

Note: The 11 items in the list are ordered from least important to most in a reverse countdown. I've also included what I think are the chances of Apple actually implementing each feature.

 

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