We all know the story of the iPhone’s iconic black and white design, and while it has been the subject of countless memes and GIFs over the years, its final iteration was an even more difficult and complicated task than its predecessor.
The new iPhone 5s has been a hotly anticipated product for years, but in this first look at the final product, we’ve got our hands on the most important design elements, and the first thing we noticed was how different the final iPhone looks from the first.
While the new design features an aesthetic that’s reminiscent of a classic retro phone, the final version of the device is made up of a few very distinct components, and each of them are individually different.
The screen itself has a flat, black shape, with a single edge at the top, and three small circular icons at the bottom.
There are no home buttons, which is odd considering that Apple’s phones were designed with a physical home button in mind.
Apple’s design has also been consistent with the design of the original iPhone, with the only noticeable difference being that the icons are slightly different in color and size.
The icons are a stark contrast to the rest of the phone, which features a much more minimalist look.
In fact, the new iPhone’s design is so different that the Apple logo is almost invisible to the naked eye.
Instead, the icons themselves are designed to look like they’re made of glass, and they stand out by being a bit thinner than their predecessors.
In the case of the icons, they’re even smaller than their iPhone predecessors, which means that they’re a little easier to read on the display.
The screen also has a more rounded shape, making it a bit more difficult to read.
Instead of a flat black rectangle at the center of the display, the iPhone has a round, more rectangular shape.
The rectangular shapes also serve as a more natural home for the app icons, which can be found on the right and bottom of the screen.
The rounded shapes also make the icons stand out on the screen, and their unique size makes them easier to find when they’re needed.
The final design also has some unique features that we haven’t seen before.
The icons are completely invisible, but the iPhone is so small that they make up a tiny percentage of the entire device.
That means that even if you look at an app icon, you’ll only see a tiny fraction of the actual icon.
While Apple has been known to tweak the icon sizes on other devices to make them more readable, the way it does on the new phone is something we haven