The next Apple iPhone to be launched will be available in Nepal, as confirmed in recent weeks by Apple. However, what features can we expect to see from the latest smartphone in the Apple legacy?
Apple’s iPhone is undoubtedly a modern tech giant, almost to the point where many iPhone users take its features for granted. Whether that’s Airdropping a photo from laptop to phone, or syncing your notes across several devices, Apple’s user friendly, cloud-led nature has made them undisputed champions of the user-friendly game, even if heads will be turned by competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and OnePlus 11 5G that have both been confirmed for the Nepal market.
But how do Apple plan to help their next iteration of the iPhone see off the healthy competition? With rival tech companies hot on their heels, they always seem to perform their best and continue to innovate their most famous product. In this article we predict what Apple might do to make their next iPhone even better.
A Subtle New Look Design
Amazingly, the overall look of the iPhone has not changed much since it launched in the year 2007. Millions around the world stood wide-eyed as the late Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to a worldwide audience, with its minimal display only having one button on the front. That button has of course now gone, with an infinite screen covering the entire device and motion and face recognition opening up the phone as opposed to a press and a swipe.
But there are always subtle changes to each design and who is to say that the next iPhone won’t have a few aesthetic tweaks. Early leaks of concepts show an amber-gold get-up for the iPhone 15, as well as flat edges as opposed to curves.
Even better cameras
It’s hard to imagine what a handful of megapixels looked like these days, with modern smartphone cameras like the latest iPhone boasting 48-megapixels. Good for Instagram and good for billboards even, smartphones can now be used in a professional environment when it comes to photography and videography, capturing memories in crystal clear clarity.
We expect the cameras to keep on improving, with larger memory always coming alongside more megapixels to account for the larger file size. Crucially, such memory will help with video editing for the ever-changing social media landscape where short videos are now the norm – and for gaming where the latest games and the Top 10 Casino Sites are fully adapted for high-tech smartphone users.
A September Launch Date?
Rumors are circulating that the iPhone 15, expected to be the next iPhone name, will be released in September. This time of year would follow Apple’s traditional launch timeline for new phones, having released previous models around the same time.
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