Apple; Do you some explicit expectations from Apple’s next iPhone?
Apple is believed to hit the market with its new iPhone in the next 48 hours that make sense. The new release has been given an identity iPhone 11 which will have some unicorn features and the strange part of the tech giant release is that new iOS update will only be compatible on the phones released later than iPhone 6s and onwards.
Are you expecting a big size screen, better IOS, enhanced features or something you have never experienced in iPhone before? May you are expecting exactly or up to some extent quite right. Maybe you are among the users whos feedback actually made through Apple tech minds and they have designed and implemented your imagination. Most of the iPhone users have major concern about camera, is not it?
Coming back to new iOS 13 won’t be compatible with 200 million devices released before iPhone 6 and more concerning part is all those devices will not be able to update security which means there will be a welcome signboard for hackers to get in the devices. That also means they could not enjoy all the features revealed in iOS 13. New iOS 13 is believed to be enriched in many Unicorn features which surely be missed by users
MILLIONS of iPhones are set to miss every new feature and security update forever as Apple unveils its new operating system. The tech giant’s new release on September 10 – rumored to be the iPhone 11 – will see a new iOS update that can only be supported from the iPhone 6s onward.
DEVICES ABLE TO RUN iOS 13
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XR
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone SE iPod touch (7th generation)
Many Apple rivals are expected to launch 5G smartphones in 2019 but it’s widely reported that Apple won’t launch a 5G handset until 2020. The top-secret iPhone 11 is tipped to be available in an all-new “matte dark green”. The information was shared by a person claiming to be a factory worker at the Taiwanese firm that builds Apple smartphones in China.
But as specialist tech site MacRumors notes, the information is difficult to verify – and could easily be faked. After Apple faced criticism last year for hiked up prices, analyst Dan Ives, of Wedbush Securities expects two iPhones, a cheaper “base” model, and a more expensive version.