Rumors regarding the upcoming iPhone abound, with multiple sources from Macrumors claiming that Apple is going to radically change their business model, the look of their phones and their performance.
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While all of this sounds like good news — Apple could use a break and a change — some experts don’t know what to make of the company’s future plans.
Exciting changes that’ll be featured in the following generation of iPhones include larger battery packs and a second generation of True Depth technology on their front cameras. Other, less exciting changes, include the rumor that some of their models will no longer have OLED screens or dual cameras in the rear, which is a real bummer considering these are some of the main benefits of the iPhone.
The new generation of iPhones will include three devices, which will have different price ranges — the cheapest one costing between $700-$800, the middle one costing $1,000, and the most expensive device costing between $1,200-$1,350.
Forbes claims that this year will be the one where people’s loyalties with Apple will be truly tested. We agree, and it’s an exciting time, even though the company’s future is at its most uncertain.