Designer Gabor Balogh presents his idea for a new version of Siri with AR support

Designer Gabor Balogh has considered what the best use of an edge-to-edge display would be. He believes that Apple's next big idea could be a new version of Siri with augmented reality support, and has come up with the design for a new iPhone. In his concept, Siri can not only listen to smartphone users, but is able to see the world too. It can recognize objects, knows where you are, what you're doing and what you may need at that very moment.

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Directions are easier to follow on the iPhone, with the digital path being projected onto the environment. Users are also able to get health data on themselves and their loved ones, such as heart rate, body temp and breathing.

Gabor Balogh

Designer Gabor Balogh has considered what the best use of an edge-to-edge display would be. He believes that Apple's next big idea could be a new version of Siri with augmented reality support, and has come up with the design for a new iPhone. In his concept, Siri can not only listen to smartphone users, but is able to see the world too. It can recognize objects, knows where you are, what you're doing and what you may need at that very moment.

Directions are easier to follow on the iPhone, with the digital path being projected onto the environment. Users are also able to get health data on themselves and their loved ones, such as heart rate, body temp and breathing.