While they may be bitter rivals, Apple can’t help but rely on Samsung for its iPhone parts. Sources say the South Korean company will continue to be the main chip supplier for Apple’s next iPhone, which is likely to make its debut this fall.
iPhone 6s Release Date, News, Price and Specs
iOS 8 was the biggest iOS release ever, but it has probably been the most buggiest release ever as well.
A report from Taiwanese website TechNews Taiwan suggests that Apple will be bringing its Force Touch technology to the iPhone 6s. A similar rumor was posted by UDN yesterday, who cited their credible source from the Asian supply chains.
According to Asian supply chain sources of UDN, Apple is looking to use a dual-lens design on the next generation of iPhones along with optical zoom. The company is also looking to increase the size of the sensors to allow more light to reach to them, which will ultimately lead to an improved image quality especially in low-light.
I hadn’t jumped on the “we need a bigger iPhone” bandwagon leading up to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus’s launch, simply because I wasn’t all that convinced we really needed one.
While Apple has worked hard to add more supply partners to its manufacturing chain for the creation of iPhones since Tim Cook took the CEO chair, a new report suggests that might be changing soon.