So far, the idea of an Apple-made ‘iRing” has existed only in the fevered imagination of Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White, who breathlessly predicted last year Apple would release such a device as its remote control for the similarly mythical “iTV.” However, designer SCAVids has decided to give the iRing a tiny amount of life by incorporating it into a new iPhone 6 concept video that imagines using the wearable computer as a perfect complement for iOS 8’s upcoming fitness-related features.

Among other things, the imagined iRing will be able to measure your heart rate, take your temperature and even serve as a “mood detector,” which gives it a very 1970s vibe — if only the designer had figured out a way to make it function as a pet rock as well! Other than the iRing, the concept lets us see how the iPhone 6 might look in iPhone 5c-style colors including orange and purple, which were also both staple colors of 1970s fashion.

From a design perspective, the imagined iPhone 6 features the same rounded edges that we’ve seen in leaked iPhone 6 mockups but it also has a 5-inch display and not a 4.7-inch display and it also leaves the power button on the top of the device, whereas the actual iPhone 6 will move the button over to the side.

You can watch the full video below.

Prior to joining BGR as News Editor, Brad Reed spent five years covering the wireless industry for Network World. His first smartphone was a BlackBerry but he has since become a loyal Android user.