The “iPhone 7” isn’t an official device by any means just yet, as we’re still months away from an announcement, but that hasn’t stopped some schematics reportedly depicting the upcoming handset from making an appearance.
This year, following the launch of the iPhone 6s in 2015, Apple is expected to launch a new iPhone, rumored to be called the “iPhone 7,” and, if history is any indicator, the device should feature a physical redesign and new features.
Apple has had a long history with Ireland, thanks to tax laws, but the company only has a single store in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Analyst Believes Apple Will Launch ‘iPhone 8’ in 2017 with Wireless Charging, OLED Display, and No Home Button
Apple releases a new flagship iPhone every year, with an “S” upgrade cycle in between each major redesign of the high-end smartphone.
Apple has plans, according to unofficial reports, to adopt its own in-house cloud infrastructure and move away from third-party options, but those efforts are apparently being slowed by in-house conflict.
Apple may or may not be working on an “Apple Car,” codenamed Project Titan, but the Rumor Mill refuses to give up on the idea, anyway.
It’s been quite the stretch of time since Samsung supplied Apple with NAND flash storage, but it looks like the hiatus might be coming to an end.