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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ShubhamBhatia, May 9, 2016.
According to you, on what point apple would be claiming that this is the best iphone ever made ?
It will make phone calls!
Meticulously precise 8 GB of storage.
What about 4 gb ?
Ooh. That'll be the luxury model. You get ten minutes more of battery life, but you have to sacrifice that $0.0000001 for storage.
I think it may come up with upgraded processor, dual camera lens and more
It's all about software.
Full-fat wifi calling with no carrier required.
At this point I'm not sure. Many of the bullet point (like thinner and removal of a headphone jack) aren't groundbreaking enough to be considered a main feature. Higher resolutions is also unlikely due to their being no chatter through the supply chain.
I think the camera is going to be the big bump. Possibly processor too, but that hasn't been the main selling point of an iPhone for years.
They will use iOS 10 as a way of covering-up their lack of major design change, just like when the 5s had iOS 7 to hold people who wanted bigger screens for one more year (since changing the look of the essentially 7-year-old OS was a bigger deal than a bigger screen).
I know, it's sad, but that's what I would bet they would do.
- Waterproof and Dustproof
- Bundled noise cancelling Lightning EarPods
- Because lightning connector supplies power, the EarPods would have the advantage of not needing a large battery like Bose noise cancelling earbuds do
- Audio processing could be done in the phone in order to reduce bulk compared to other noise cancelling earbuds- Apple branded virtual mobile network which combines service from several other operators in order to provide better coverage and a one stop "no nonsense" sales method
- The usual improvements to processor and camera
It will look almost exactly the same as the iPhone 6/6s!
No headphone jack is not a feature, jesus christ. All phones already have that "feature", just don't use the damn headphone jack!
When I read the list I read it more as "how will Apple spin this" than anyone actually feeling it was a feature. If they do get rid of it you can bet there will be some fancy justification. I've read many a thread where members here already justify it away.