It will seem that the next year will be a remarkable one for Apple, who on their 10 year anniversary for their smartphone brand plan to launch, according to leaks, the new and revolutionary iPhone 8 which will showcase new design and technology.
2017 is bound to a big year for Apple.
According to a Mac Otakara report, based on the information shared by sources within Apple's supply chain in Taiwan, a third form factor will be added by Apple to its iPhone lineup in 2017. The one that features the 5.5 inches screen size may be called the iPhone 7s. Going by the leaked image of the alleged iPhone, the dual camera sensors are still placed on the upper-left corner on the back but are arranged vertically. The Jet White iPhone 7/7 Plus devices would have probably sold very well during the holiday shopping season. So far - and this since the iPhone 6, the apple brand smartphone was available in 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches in its Plus version. The report claimed that it would feature the same glossy design as the black model and be introduced sometime before the major refresh next fall. The phone may also has an invisible Touch ID home button. The iPhone 7, introduced in early September, carried nearly the same design externally as last year's iPhone 6s and 2014's iPhone 6.
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But others have praised the move - which Apple says took "courage" - highlighting the importance of innovation to the iPhone's enduring popularity.
iPhone announcements are traditionally done in September, so we still have nine months to go before we learn anything official, but expect many more rumors to appear in the coming months. Whalerock Point Partners LLC purchased a new position in Apple during the third quarter worth about $7,067,000. Though the devices in the video are almost identical to Apple's flagship handsets, they don't appear to be Apple's official Jet White iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
But the reality is this: Apple is still having some difficulties meeting demand for five different color options on its portfolio, not to mention keeping stock of every color in every tier of memory for every carrier would require even more effort.