Some of the first concept images to emerge were of these silly looking flip-phone designs in green and red.
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Slider designs, like this rather unsightly model with too many buttons, were popular in many iPhone concepts.
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This simple concept took a standard iPod and added a touch screen. And wouldn't you like to have a phone book with Bill Gates' and Steve Jobs' numbers?
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We wouldn't flip over this design that features a quirky iPod Click Wheel.
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Add a slider design with a hidden keypad to an iPod, and you get this camera-equipped concept.
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Apple gets into the thin-phone craze with this flip concept.
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A circular keypad surrounding an iPod Click Wheel makes us think of the Nokia 3600.
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A phone and what appears to be the coming video iPod are combined to form this concept.
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We'd expect better from Apple's design department than this dull candy bar concept.
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This black slider concept features a Cingular logo and a keypad from the Motorola Razr. It's not especially pretty, no, but at least it's not the Motorola Rokr.
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This slider concept parts in the middle to reveal a camera lens and a speaker.
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Just kidding; this wasn't really meant to be an iPhone concept. But it's amusing nonetheless.
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