A safe bet is that Apple is going to announce a new iPhone, or maybe three new iPhones, at an event in early September.
The iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are rumored to share the vast majority of design decisions with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but with a key change that could inevitably mean the handsets are slightly thicker than this year’s smartphones.
In September of last year, it was reported that Apple and insurance company Aetna were working on subsidizing the cost of an Apple Watch for insurance customers, and also handing out wearables to the company’s employees.
Available stock for Apple products is always strained, especially at launch, but it has certainly become the case recently, with the iPhone 7 Plus and AirPods — only one of which is readily available even now, months after launch.
There has been a seemingly endless amount of rumors regarding the iPhone 8 (or iPhone Pro, or iPhone X) and expectations for its launch, with many suggesting the phone could be delayed.
Earlier today, a report outlined Apple’s plans to launch an Apple Watch with built-in LTE connectivity.
There are smartwatches out there that offer cellular connectivity on board, so that people don’t necessarily have to keep their phone on them to keep getting notifications.
Augmented reality is going to be a huge thing for Apple moving forward, and only in part because of ARKit, which already makes iOS one of the largest platforms to support AR in the world.
Recently, a sketchy rumor surfaced that suggested Apple was working on a refreshed iPhone SE, and that it may launch in “late August.”
One of the things Apple was called out for, despite launching the Apple TV 4 with a ton of new features, was the fact it didn’t support 4K content, let alone High Dynamic Range.