The new iPhone 6 that Apple released this year restored some confidence in the company as it seems it was sold pretty well. Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were a success, but that puts a big pressure to the company, as they will have to work hard on iPhone 7 to bring it way impressive than its predecessors.
Will iPhone 7 come with some impressive features that will make the iPhone 6 owners ditch their phone for the upcoming iPhone?
First of all, we’re not sure if the next iPhone will be called iPhone 7 or iPhone 6S. According to Pocket Lint, there are many things we should take in consideration when thinking of the future iPhone’s name. The iPhone 6S name will be possible if Apple wants to bring an overhauled version of the current iPhone, with a few minor upgrades. However, if they are going to bring some significant changes to the upcoming iPhone they will most likely name it iPhone 7. Many analysts think that Apple will not go for iPhone 6S and instead they will prefer a totally changed iPhone 7.
Back in September 2012, Apple released the iPhone 5 and in 2013 they released the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were released in September 2014, which means that Apple is not expected to release a new iPhone anytime soon. With other words, we will most likely expect a new iPhone release sometime in September 2015.
It seems that the phone lovers are getting more and more pretentious when it comes to these kinds of devices and now they expect more from the liquidmetal alloy on the upcoming iPhone. While Sapphire glass still remains one of the possible protecting glasses that the upcoming iPhone will get, the new Corning Gorilla Glass 4 that offers double of the strength will probably make its way to the new iPhone.
Rumors say that the upcoming iPhone will also have a new display technology, as Foxconn Technology Co Ltd reported to be working on a new building exclusively for Apple. For now, Apple didn’t say a word about the upcoming iPhone and we think that they will keep their mouths shut until Q1-Q2 of 2014.