Report: Apple to Bring in Major iPhone Redesign Every 3 Years
According to a report, Apple has made amendments in its iPhone product life cycle, so the company will bring in key revamps after a gap of three years. According to its traditional cycle, Apple redesigns its flagship after two years but now it seems that company is going to take new step and it will redesign its smartphone after three years.
The changes in product cycle after three years is considered as slow growth and dawdling innovation in smartphone tasks. Major redesigns have little scope in the smartphone edge thus Apple has altered its approach. Apple next flagship iPhone 7 will be launched in this September and internet is covered with leaks and rumors regarding specifications of the device but you barely find renders with respect to the design of the smartphone expect shift of antenna bands.
Usually, Apple brings in inclusive changes in its model and we have seen completely new design with the iPhone 6. When it comes to iPhone 6s, company enhanced its hardware and upgraded its software with invisible changes in design so lovers expect that forthcoming iPhone 7 will come with completely new design.
Furthermore, as per Apple analyst and Nikkei.com reports, 2017 flagship will come with absolute makeover, which could be called iPhone 8 instead of iPhone 7s. As per previous reports, iPhone will come with enhanced camera, and large battery. There will no 3.5mm audio jack and it would be water and dust resistant. Others rumors include, it will support wireless charging, dual camera setup, A10 chip, 3GB RAM, and it will jump from 16GB storage wto 32GB native storage as a standard model.