10 Apple Concepts We Wish Were Real

Internet peeps sure do love to come up with their own Apple product designs — even if the products they render with their fancy fan art has no chance of ever being made. Here are ten awesome faux Apple products that we wish weren’t fake.

iCar

iCar

Don’t know how practical this is, but it sure looks cool. I think it could be more accurately called the “Magic Mouse Car,” because it so obviously follows the Magic Mouse’s form factor. [Source]

iLight

iLight

If Apple designed a flashlight. [Source]

iPen

iPen

This is actually a cool idea: you can use the iPen to scan the color of an object in the real world, and then use that same color to write with. [Source]

iPod Shuffle Bracelet

iPod Shuffle Bracelet

Perfect for runners. The lack of a screen is a bummer, meaning you can’t use it as a watch. But it’s sleek and cool. [Source]

iPod Touch Nano

iPod Touch Nano

Clever iPod concept that features snap-on console gaming buttons. [Source]

iRing

iRing

Via Bluetooth, this ring serves as a playback controller for your iPod or iPhone. Comes with an included cradle for recharging. It’s also unexpectedly stylish, for the hardcore Apple nerd. [Source]

MacBook 2020

MacBook 2020

Paper-thin, laptop-style computer that creates its own 3D/touch workspace. Plus: “thanks to molecular manufacturing” and “a micro-lattice nano material,” you can shrink the whole thing until it’s small enough to fit in your pocket. [Source]

MacBook Touch

MacBook Touch

This seems like the kind of thing Apple really will one day create. Its OLED flexible screen allows it to be used as laptop or double-wide iPad. [Source]

MacTram

MacTram

Pointless, but I’d still ride it. [Source]

MacView

MacView

Another dual-screen iPad, but this one has screens that slide instead of bend. The second screen doubles as a keyboard. [Source]

About Robin Parrish

Unathletic, uncoordinated tall man with endless creativity stampeding through his overactive brain. Comes with beard, wife, and two miniature humans. Novelist. General blogger and main Gaming Geek for ForeverGeek. Lead Blogger, Apple Gazette.

Comments

  1. I like the iPen. It is much more practical and unique…

  2. I bet each of them are not only overpriced, but also impractical and full of unecessary features that Apple will convince you, through reality distortion field at every MacWorld convention, that is something you’ll need to survive

    • apple doesnt keep a booth at the macworld …………………….only those whose products
      involve apple products showcase their products there.(couldnt explain it better)
      and apple makes super cool products

  3. Thomas Wilkinson says:

    The Mac Tram would be a great branding exercise.

  4. Bill Ford says:

    My ex-GF and I both have the same sort of humor, that is, quirky and we like to screw with people’s minds. So as we were driving across country we stopped in a Mall in Texas just for a break from the road. Once inside, we realized this was the place for us to go into a few different jewelry stores and ask the sales clerks if they had the wedding sets with the built-in GPS in the man’s ring, as my GF didn’t trust me out of her sight.

    And soon enough we’ll have the Apple Ring, which I’m SURE will have built-in GPS, right?

  5. where can i buy a ipod shuffle bracelate

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