How the simple mehta design for the iPhone 6 Plus will change the way you design your phone

I’ve never been one for the flashy, flashy, and flashy-looking.

But I can’t imagine the mehtas are ever going to be used for a good purpose. 

I’ve always preferred to use simple mehdis in my designs. 

That said, the iPhone 5S has always been one of my favorite phones.

So it’s a bit jarring to see it in this design language, but I think I can understand why people like it.

The rounded edges and curved sides are a great design element, and I think they help it stand out from the crowd. 

The iPhone 6 is also going to have a similar rounded look to the iPhone, but it will have a more streamlined design.

I don’t see this as a bad thing, but a bit too streamlined. 

There are a few design elements that I think are particularly useful to me.

I like that the back of the phone feels like it’s been made with a flat surface to give it a very minimal feel, but the edges are also a bit sharper.

I also like that when the phone is folded in half, it feels very comfortable in the hand. 

And the curved sides on the back are a little weird.

The corners feel rounded, but they don’t feel flat.

I’m a bit annoyed that I can barely see my thumb when I hold the phone up, but that’s just because it’s not a normal phone.

The design also has the potential to be a little bit too “thin”.

The rounded corners and edges can feel very thin on the iPhone and the iPhone SE, but when you get into the back where the screen sits, I think this is a pretty good design. 

It’s still a bit hard to describe, but my favorite part of this design is how the power button and volume rocker are curved.

It feels like they’re making a fist and then pushing them together. 

If you have a curved screen, you’ll probably want to keep things this way. 

Overall, I’m really impressed with this design.

The new iPhone is going to change the entire way we look at design and design is changing the way we think about things.

It’s not just about how we’re going to look at an object, but how we use an object.