It is highly anticipated that we will see the newest iPhones unveiled with the most talked-about features like dual cameras etc.
It’s now been confirmed officially that Apple’s next event will take place on Wednesday (September 7) and invite sent out to the Media and as usual offered exceedingly insignificant in the way of concrete aspects on what to look forward to. However, we’ve got some ideas on what to be expecting based on leaks, speculations, and earlier Apple events.
It is highly anticipated that we will see the newest iPhones unveiled with the most talked-about features in addition to no features at all i.e. no standard headphone jack. Some other potential updates include a flush ‘3D Touch’ home button that’s pressure-sensitive as well as some water resistance and a redesigned antenna bands.
The looks would be somewhat similar to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. However, the next iPhone will likewise flaunt a dual lens camera. It’s something that will come true if a recent picture of Taiwanese pop star Jimmy Lin holding the new iPhone is legit.
Apple will also likely introduce an updated Apple Watch and spend some time refreshing our memory on iOS 10 and all other updates it delivers to iPad and iPhone users. Some apps are getting major overhauls particularly Apple music and messages, and we’ll see more demos showing off the software updates features.
Home Kit may also play a significant role in the event as Apple is making a big push for smart home connectivity to the iPhone.
According to Bloomberg, Apple, in other news, is carrying an objective to untether the Apple Watch from its iPhone and the company strategies to get done with it by the end of 2016.
“The source of the delay is that current cellular chips consume too much battery life, reducing the product’s effectiveness and limiting user appeal, according to three of the people. Apple has begun studying lower-power cellular data chips for future smartwatch generations,” says report.