iPhone 5 renders with 5” retina display (Leaked Photos)

Chatter about a radical redesign for the next-gen iPhone has been rife for aeons. As it stands, though, there’s been nothing in the legion of supply-chain leaks to confirm it might actually happen.

But the incessant talk that it will transpire has had one very discernible effect. And that’s to inspire the internet army of design doyennes to push their visions for the handset to ever more interesting and far-out places.

Exhibit A is this amazing set of renders from self-taught graphic designer and a 3D design enthusiast Anthony Damm. Extrapolating from rumors that Apple’s next handset will feature a larger screen, Tony has equipped the handset he's dubbed the 'iPhone 5S' with a five-inch retina display, making way for that extra screen real estate by dispensing with the home button.

Intriguingly, he’s also taken cues from rumors that Apple will ditch the glass construction of the iPhone 4S for more robust and malleable Liquidmetal, with the result that his take on the iPhone 5 is a more smooth and rounded bit of kit.

Echoing that slinkiness is the buttons on the side, which sport a curvy swirl around them – a cool adornment, we think. Even though something so decorative is likely to bring minimalist maven Jonothan Ive out in hives.

And completing the concept are dual stereo speakers and a repositioned front camera, which is now housed in the centre of the rounded ear piece rather than flush to its left. That means it ought to align better and means you won’t have to hold your phone quite so much at an angle when you’re using FaceTime.

So what do you think? Is this the iPhone you’ve been waiting for? Let me know in the comments section below.

Top 5 SmartPhones of 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III 

Pumped with high-performing hardware and creative software features, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent, top-end phone that's neck and neck with the HTC One X.

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Motorola Droid Razr Maxx 

The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx proves that a powerful Android superphone can remain thin yet still promise marathon-worthy battery life.


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Apple iPhone 4S

The iPhone 4S isn't the king of cell phones, but it's part of the royal family nonetheless. Even without 4G and a giant screen, this phone's smart(ass) voice assistant, Siri, the benefits of iOS 5, and its spectacular camera make it a top choice for anyone ready to upgrade.



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Quad-core processing isn't everything, and AT&T's new $199.99 HTC One X proves it. This advanced Android has style, speed, blazing 4G, and power galore.

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The HTC One S is the best phone you can get on T-Mobile (for now), wrapping Android 4.0, 4G data speeds, and a beautiful 4.3-inch AMOLED screen into one svelte package.

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Beware of DNS Changer Virus: Detect & Protect Your PC


What is the DNS Changer Malware?

On November 8, the FBI, the NASA-OIG and Estonian police arrested several cyber criminals in “Operation Ghost Click”. The criminals operated under the company name “Rove Digital”, and distributed DNS changing viruses, variously known as TDSS, Alureon, TidServ and TDL4 viruses. 

DNS Changer is a malware computer programme that redirects Internet traffic to fake websites.


What does the DNS Changer Malware do?

The botnet operated by Rove Digital altered user DNS settings, pointing victims to malicious DNS in data centers in Estonia, New York, and Chicago. The malicious DNS servers would give fake, malicious answers, altering user searches, and promoting fake and dangerous products. Because every web search starts with DNS, the malware showed users an altered version of the Internet.

How Can I Protect Myself?

This page describes how you can determine if you are infected, and how you can clean infected machines. To check if you’re infected, Click Here. If you believe you are infected, here are instructions on how to clean your computer.

A “green” background in the image given above means that your computer is safe while a “red” background means that your system has been infected by the virus and it needs to be fixed. 

Reportedly, DNS Changer will only attack Windows users. So, Apple and other operating system users can relax.

If you are using a rogue server you can use this website to check the status of your system. All you need to do is find the IP address of your system and enter it on the space which says ‘check your DNS’. This will help you to see the virus status.

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The virus affected machines are likely to lose web access as FBI will shut down servers associated with the DNS Changer malware today. As a result, it is likely that all computers infected with this threat will no longer be able to access the Internet.