According to a new report, the next iPhone will bring the first complete redesign in the line-up in years.
The iPhone 13 has only been in stores for less than a week, but rumors are already starting to figure out what form its successor will take.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the new line-up will include “new entry-level and Pro models and a complete redesign,” which has a strong track record of detailing Apple products before they are announced to the public.
He suggested that relatively minor changes to the iPhone 13 — including a better battery, a better processor, and an upgraded display, but no major changes outside the device — mean that engineers have plenty of time to work on that more radical model. Had more time. Next year.
The rumors line-up with other leaks from credible analysts including Ming-Chi Kuo. He suggested that Apple would eventually be able to get rid of the notch from the top of the phone next year, and instead fit the components that reside in it into a small hole in the screen.
Rumors have also suggested that Apple will change the line-up itself. It’s said to get rid of the mini version of the iPhone – which is rumored to have sold badly despite positive reviews – and instead bring two Pro and two non-Pro phones, one each with a “Max” and two non-Pro phones. in regular size.
Mr Gurman also suggested that the rumors that Apple is working on a foldable version of its phone, possibly with a view to releasing one within a few years, are true.
Despite the consensus of rumors, Apple still has the potential to surprise, especially as the new phone isn’t due for release for another year. There had been a similar consensus that Apple would completely redesign its Watch this year—with flat sides to match the iPhone, iPad, and iMac—but when the Series 7 arrived, it was completely redesigned. An upgraded rather than the design envisioned from.
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