Yesterday, I completed a graphic based on rumours surrounding what the new iPhone 14 may look like when it’s unveiled next week. As has become the way of things for Apple , there have been a lot of leaks. I mostly used MacRumors website as a source. Below are a series of screenshots from the process I went through to mock-up a pseudo-realistic iPhone in Adobe Illustrator . Note: If you want, tap an image to see it in high-resolution. The completed graphic (it can be licensed here ) Step 1: Gather good schematics of what it will look like – this is the Pro Max model, apparently. Step 2: Accurately trace the schematics – possibly the most important stage. Everything alse depends on this being done right. Stage 3: Turn the flat illustrations into 3D drawings. To do this, I rotate the flat art 45°, then vertically squeeze it by 70%. This produces an angle I like – not true isometric, but instead a view that shows more of the top surface. I then extrude downwards to create the depth.