"In last few months I worked on my project about the evolution of iPhone and the future of Apple company in general - how I imagine its future," he told Mirror Online.
In the video, Marek creates what is immediately apparent as an iPhone - but with one big difference.
The screen takes up the entirety of the front of the device - leaving no bezels either side. The iconic Apple home button is even included inside the screen, and it disappears whenever a video or game is being played.
Going against a particularly tenacious iPhone 7 rumour , Marek has decided to keep the 3.5mm headphone jack on his version of the new iPhone. However, he has moved the camera lens from the top left hand corner to the centre of the back panel.
The video mimics Apple's signature product videos with a white background and soft accompanying music. In it, Marek states that his concept will stick with the 4.7-inch screen size of the current iPhone 6s but come with two options for storage - 64GB and 128GB.
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