Beginning with the iPhone 3GS, Apple has always introduced an all-new model every 2 years. In a tick-tock cycle, each iPhone gets an incremental update model before it gets a full refresh the following year.
When most people are expecting a brand new design for the iPhone 7, it retained the same looks of its now 3-year old iPhone 6. The only major difference is a dual-camera bump on the iPhone 7 Plus and a new paint job.
Today, Apple has announced the iPhone 8 and although it is a whole new number, it still looks like an iPhone 6 but with more glass just to support a new form of charging. That’s four years in a row with the same design. So what’s really new? Read on to find out.
Say cheese! It looks like we have a clear family photo of all Apple‘s upcoming iPhones and two of them appear to be in what looks like a soft gold colour that we’re not quite sure we like.
The iPhone is turning 10 years old by the end of this month and there’s one feature which Apple has reluctant to upgrade for the longest time. Despite having excellent battery life from a relatively small battery capacity, Apple has not made any significant changes when it comes to charging.
While other smartphones are pushing faster charging and wireless charging support, Apple is still bundling a basic 1Amp power brick with its current top of the line iPhone 7 Plus. The way you charge may soon change with its upcoming iPhone due later this year.
Apple‘s been rumoured to do something big this year for the iPhone because it’s celebrating its 10th anniversary. What could they be doing, you might ask? Well, based on the latest leak from the Redditors in r/iPhone, it looks like it’s going to be a really futuristic-looking iPhone with an edge-to-edge display and a vertical dual-camera module.