Apple is tipped to introduce huge changes in its next-gen iPhone models
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) might have recently announced its latest and greatest iPhone models but that has not slowed down rumors regarding the upcoming iPhone 8. Interestingly, the $581.6 billion company is expected to introduce revolutionary changes in its yet-to-be-released smartphone to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its first-generation iPhone.
If you don’t know already, the current-generation iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are selling like hot cakes, especially the newly-introduced jet Black version of the device. However, there are numerous users who are unsure between purchasing the new iPhone 7 or wait for next year’s model. In order to help you make the right choice, here is a quick review of the current-generation iPhone with its upgraded successor.
Here is where the next-generation iPhone will really stand out against its competition. If earlier reports are to believed, Apple is currently developing a bezel-less “all-glass” design for its upcoming iPhone 8. Interestingly, an all-glass display will mean that Apple is going to incorporate the home button of its upcoming iPhone model within the touch screen of the device. The ever-reliable Ming-Chi Kuo has also reaffirmed that the upcoming iPhone could sport a bezel-less design. It seems an exciting times lies ahead!
Apple has made it a habit to incorporate an IPS LCD display in its leading devices, including the current iPhone models, but that could all change with the release of the upcoming iPhone 8. The Cupertino-based company has already implemented an OLED Touch Bar in its new MacBook Pro models, which suggests that Apple is finally ready to move on from its LCD display days. It’s no secret that OLED technology produces sharper and more vivid colors compared to LCD displays, so such a change would represent a huge step-up from Apple’s end.
The current-generation iPhone models sport some of the best-performing cameras in the market. The dual-camera lens in the larger iPhone 7 Plus is capable of rivaling budget DSLR cameras. Hence, it is quite improbable that the company would bother revamping the camera in its upcoming iPhone 8. However, Apple would want to bring slight improvement to the camera performance in its next-generation iPhone models.
Unfortunately, Apple’s secrecy regarding its upcoming projects has made it a challenging task to speculate about the upcoming iPhone 8. However, users can be rest assured with the fact that the upcoming iPhone 8 will be more different (in a good way) from its predecessors. Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding the next-generation iPhones.