New iPhone will be announced soon
September 12th a very important date to mark on your calendar. That’s when Apple will host its next media event, at the Steve Jobs Theater on its new Cupertino campus, where it’s expected to unveil three new iPhone models, the third-generation Apple Watch, and an upgraded Apple TV with support for 4K and HDR display technologies.
With new iPhones just days away from being officially revealed, a Bloomberg journalist has reported what he saw in images of the expected new high-end model. The key change is said to be the removal of the Home button, which has been rumored before. However, Bloomberg goes into fine detail on accompanying gestural changes on the software side. Click here to read more about this.
Even if you’re planning to stick with your current Apple hardware for now, there’s lots more to look forward to on September 12. During Apple’s media event, expect to find out when you’ll be able to upgrade your devices to iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and perhaps even macOS High Sierra as well.
Meanwhile, if you ever connect to public hotspots, you’ll definitely want to know more about a new Wi-Fi feature that’s coming in iOS 11. You can also check out MacRumors for additional information on the iPhone that will be released.
The hardest thing to understand with Android and iPhone phones is the cost, it is always going up placing close to a $1,000 for units. Sooner or later folks will have to make that decision on whether their budgets will be able to handle it. It would also be nice if there was a recycle program with the vendors to trade in a phone and get discounts. You can always send to a third party but the amount of returned funds is low. Anyway an Apple release is always fun.