The iPhone 6 has been the subject of numerous rumors and concept designs over the past few months. But none of them ever thought of a unique feature that the latest concept design showcases. An iPhone 6 concept by Deviantart member CFT0 shows the multitasking ability of the new device. According to the design, the iPhone 6 can record videos while listening to music.

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How the new iPhone 6 feature would work

Usually, you have to turn off the music. But the iPhone 6 concept can allow you to listen to music and shoot videos at the same time, without any trouble. The best thing is that it doesn’t interfere with the sound recorded to the video. This iPhone 6 concept works by connecting a headset to gain access to the panel. There will be three icons to control the sound. Two of them will be for the headphone sound, while the third one records the video sound.

The iPhone 6 concept boasts a larger display, with edge-to-edge screen, which is a widely expected feature in the upcoming iPhone 6. If Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) really goes ahead with an edge-to-edge screen, it has to make sure that the screen doesn’t pick up any input on the sides of the smartphone when the user is holding it. The concept demonstrates a slim design. Latest rumors suggest that the iPhone 6 would be the slimmest smartphone ever with 6mm depth.

iPhone 6 to have improved camera features

Other features in this iPhone 6 concept include a 64-bit A8 processor, an enhanced iOS 8, fingerprint scanner, and an improved camera with higher megapixels. But supply chain sources recently revealed that the iPhone 6 is unlikely to sport a 12-, 13- or 16-MP camera. Instead, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will maintain the 8MP camera, but will enhance the optical image stabilization. Recent patent applications support the reports of the improved autofocus and optical image stabilization.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is rumored to release the iPhone 6 in late Summer. But other reports indicate that the device will stick to its September launch schedule.

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