An alleged rendering of Apple’s upcoming 18W USB-C to Lightning cable has leaked out. There have been no reports of Apple working on a new USB-C power adapter, but given the company does not already offer one, it does seem to be logical for it to offer one.
2018 iPhones: Release Date, New Features, Rumors, and More
Apple could launch its 6.1-inch LCD iPhone in three different colors to target the young audience. As per analyst Jun Zhang of Rosenblatt, Apple could launch the iPhone 8S in blue, yellow, and pink colors.
The rumor mill has been churning out stories regarding three new iPhones set to launch this year, one of which is a 6.5-inch iPhone X (Plus or Pro, depending on the source).
Despite the fact that Apple has basically adopted USB Type-C for its Mac lineup, especially with the MacBook family, it hasn’t decided to go that route with the iPhone lineup just yet.
When Apple removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from the flagship iPhone lineup, it was met with some pretty vocal opposition. But to help blend the two sides, Apple included a Lightning-to-headphone adapter in the box, letting traditional headphone users connect to their new iPhone, albeit with a dongle.
The iPhone lineup this year is sounding like it’s going to be pretty distinct, with screen size options galore. But it sounds like some features are definitely not going to be present in every model.
Earlier today, I got a chance to get my hands on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, touted as the biggest rival to Apple’s iPhone X.
A new report suggests that one other key area that might get changed in 2018 is the battery for Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup.
With the 2017 iPhone lineup already out there in the wild, attention is already starting to diverge to what Apple will launch in 2018.