Apple is holding its annual fall event next week where we are certain to see new iPhones unveiled-and also probably new iPads.
Thanks to our colleagues and friends at iPhone Italia, to whom I owe a special thank you, we were able to hold and physically compare what should be the new Apple smartphones thanks to these really well-made mockups. All main Android brands now treat FOD as the important function to differentiate themselves from iPhone (we expect 2H19 iPhone models will not support FOD).
Read the Full Article➡. Apple fans are curious to know how the new iPhone will look like and what will be the expected prices and color schemes of these devices.
Alongside the iPhone X, Apple announced a wireless charging pad that can charge an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods at the same time - something that's not now possible with wireless chargers based on the Qi standard.
With the 5.8-inch iPhone X replacement set to be called the iPhone Xs, it was wondered whether the larger model would be called the same thing with buyers simply choosing a screen size at purchase.
Apple has confirmed an iPhone event at the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple Campus.
The next-generation iPhone may be called "iPhone XS", according to a report from 9to5Mac.
Other design features include the removal of a home button which would suggest the next iPad Pro will use gesture like controls as seen with the iPhone X. Plus, both phones can also expect faster performance than earlier, considering Apple's A12 chipset that will be a part of the 2018 iPhone lineup. This entry-level handset's final name hasn't been leaked yet. Regardless of where you live, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone should cost the same as the iPhone 8 did when it launched. This seems like a response to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which includes a model with 512GB of storage.
The lack of notch would mean that Apple is likely to insert the Face ID camera at the top of the device, which was predicted by Bloomberg sources back in 2017. During that time he has freelanced for the likes of CNET, Fortune, Time, ZDNet, Macworld, Wired, and TechRadar.