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While the world is waiting for the announcement of the next generation Apple iPhone, here are some of the great iPhone concept designs. Enjoy!

iPhone Concept from Japan
Apple iPhone concept by Japanese photographer Isamu Sanada

Apple iPhone Nano Concept
Creative iPhone Nano concept with microphone integrated into the earbuds designed by Tracy Hall.

iPhone Slider Qwerty Concept
Apple iPhone Slider Qwerty concept designed by Aaron Besson.

iPhone with iChat Concept
Designed by Rodolphe Desmare, this Apple iPhone concept was inspired by the curves and tapering of the Macbook Air.

iPhone ELITE Concept
iPhone ELITE concept, designed by Mat Brady, comes with optional slide out keyboard and front-facing camera that enables video conferencing.

iPhone Pro Concept
Extended version of the iPhone ELITE concept with added direction pad and two buttons for better gaming.

Titanium iPhone Concept
Beautiful titanium Apple iPhone concept designed by Jim Young.



iPhone Air Concept
This is the iPhone Air, a duel touch screen iPhone with a clam shell design to protect both screens. When closed you can still see and control what is playing on your iPod as well as see an incoming call.

iPhone Nano Concept
Another beautiful Apple iPhone Nano concept design. [link]

Futuristic iPhone Concept
See-through Apple iPhone concept designed by Robert Davis.

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One of the best things about the iPhone is the slew of third party applications that are available for download. Indeed, this is one main reason that a lot of people want to get their hands on this phone, despite its many lacking features as a mobile phone. But did you ever think that a kid – a 9-year-old at that – would be able to create a working iPhone app, much less one that would become a hit?

Well this little Malaysian boy from Singapore has done just that! Lim Ding Wen is a prodigy in senses of the word. He first used the computer when he was a mere 2-year-old boy. By the time he was 7, he was already programming. And now, two years later, he has about 20 programming projects to his name!

His latest – and most popular by far – is the iPhone app called Doodle Kids. This application allows users to draw pictures on the iPhone using one’s fingers; much like finger painting. In order to clear the drawing, one only has to shake the iPhone. The concept seems simple enough and seems to be directed towards kids. In fact, he created this app for his little sisters who, according to the boy, love to draw. I think that while becoming famous was not his intent when creating the program, the boy is quite delighted to have had over 4,000 downloads in less than 2 weeks!

His father, who is a chief technology officer at a local firm, is quite proud of his child’s achievements but remains grounded at the same time. Oh, and Lim’s newest project? A sci-fi game for the iPhone. Can’t wait to see how this one fares!