According to a new report published by the Wall Street Journal today, Apple will be announcing its next-gen iPhone models on the 12 of September. But analysts generally agreed that the unexpectedly high guidance the company issued a few weeks ago-coupled with Apple's move to reduce its inventory of existing iPhone models-likely point to a punctual introduction of the next flagship.
It is also set to come with facial recognition technology for unlocking and other smart features, expanding upon the fingerprint sensors that came before it. The traditional charging cable won't be there in the iPhone's latest updated version and it will rather use wireless charging-completely and strictly-no hard feelings, guys.
In addition to the next iPhones, Apple is also expected to unveil a new Apple Watch with LTE support and a new Apple TV with support for 4K video. Many believe that Apple will try to refine their security protocols and one thing that could help them do that is the voice biometrics feature.
Apple can also leverage its ability to charge more for smartphones than what other vendors could successfully charge to fend off copycats. "12-with-64gb-256gb-and-512gb-op" class="local_link" >rumours from last week that Apple is planning to hold its fall product launch event on September 12. That being said the new campus is still under construction and this might have an effect on Apple's final decision as far as venue is concerned.
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Americans are fretting that the new iPhones will cost over $1000, but Australians know this pain only too well. This would mean that manufacturers will need to pay Apple certain fees before they are allowed to create iPhone 8 wireless charging pads. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 in New York City last week. At the time of the third-quarter report, analysts were stunned, having predicted a more modest showing in their reports.
Many say that Apple will continue to refine this feature and we can expect a next-generation 3D Touch capability. Perigon Wealth Management LLC now owns 147,469 shares of the iPhone maker's stock valued at $20,613,000 after buying an additional 8,233 shares during the period.
Here in the United Kingdom, that could mean that people who opt for the top-of-the-line model and add extra memory could be saddled with a bill alarmingly close to £1,000.