Apple have made a decision to go a notch higher as they will be unveiling its much anticipated new iPhones, which are expected to introduce a whole new design on September 12 and set the tone for the next few years.
Despite several early rumors and forecasts that Apple could face some delays with regards to releasing their newest premium smartphone, the Cupertino, California, technology giant is not breaking its annual tradition and will proceed with a September product unveiling event.
"Let's meet at our place", reads the Apple invite.
Moskowitz certainly has some solid numbers to support ways Apple could get people to pay $1,000 for the iPhone 8, but fanboys (and girls) have demonstrated that they need little convincing to shell out top dollar for that Apple logo. The "X" in the name, would obviously relate to the 10th anniversary of Apple Inc's first engineered mobile device. Finally, the new iPhone might come equipped with 3D facial recognition sensors, a feature that would serve not only to unlock the device, but also to validate Apple Pay and App Store purchases.
Some speculate that the new handset will have a glass backing that offers wireless charging. While we still have a little over a week left for Apple's keynote event, if reports from 9TO5Mac and iCulture are to be believed, we may have a legit naming scheme for Apple's upcoming generation of iPhones.
According to their report, Apple's rumored redesigned bezel-less iPhone will actually be known as the iPhone X (pronounced as the iPhone 10). However, other more productivity-based functions such as replying to a notification still require an iPhone at hand. If so, the new 5.8-inch model, an unprecedented format for Apple, could be equipped with an edge-to-edge OLED display.
Apple is said to be making plans to lower the dependence of the next version of its smartwatch, expected to be named as Apple Watch 3, on iPhones. Deutsche Bank AG reaffirmed a "hold" rating and set a $130.00 target price on shares of Apple in a report on Tuesday, June 6th.
Huawei was the third-largest vendor, with an 11.3 percent market share.
Some rumours point toward Apple adopting a modified two-lens layout.
The biggest change is a new all-screen design, similar to that produced by Samsung for the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, and LG for the G6 and V30.