Teen's iPhone 5 concept video sets high bar

An Oklahoma teen imagines a new iPhone with a transparent Retina Display, laser-projected keyboard, and more that'll make you drool.

Let's hope this 17-year-old's vision of a new iPhone comes true. Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

A faux iPhone 5 commercial apparently created by a 17-year-old from Oklahoma with some serious video production chops sets a pretty high bar for the much-anticipated next-generation smartphone.

This short video from Dakota Adney, who lists his location as a small town near Tulsa, imagines a new iPhone with iOS 6, a quad-core A5 chip, a see-through Retina Display, and a virtual projected keyboard to provide much-needed relief for the fat-thumbed.

Check it out below and cross your fingers that Apple can execute what a teenager can dream up.

About the author

Crave freelancer Eric Mack is a writer, radio producer, and podcaster based in Taos, N.M., but he lives in Google+. He's also managing editor of Crowdsourcing.org and has written e-books on both Alaska and Android. E-mail Eric.

 

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