What iOS Users Should Expect From The New Generation Of Iphones
Apple holds a 17 percent share of the global smartphone sales market. According to Tim Cook, CEO, Apple, there are now 1.65 billion Apple devices in active use overall.
According to Statista, as of December 2020, iOS ranked first in Norway, by mobile operating system market share, with a market share of over 61 percent while Android was ranked second with over 38 percent.
If you are interested in purchasing your iPhone from a top-quality store in Norway, Norskeanmeldelser has some top recommendations for you.
If you need more information about what people have to say about some of these stores to help you narrow your options, you will find a handful of customer reviews on iPhonehuset to get you started.
What To Expect From Future Generations Of iOS Devices
According to renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via Apple Insider), the third-generation iPhone SE will arrive only in the first half of 2022.
Apple’s plan to revive its compact flagship phone via the iPhone SE 2020 paid off big-time last year.
The affordable 4.7-inch iPhone is not only a great performer with Apple’s A13 Bionic chip at its heart but it also comes with a capable camera and a good design.
While there is no news from Apple about a successor to the pocket-friendly phone, a new tip suggests it won’t be coming anytime soon.
Specifications forecasts suggest that the next iPhone SE will retain the design and screen-size of the existing model. That means we should expect the same 4.7-inch display with thick top and bottom bezels and a form-factor suitable for single-handed use.
Rumors suggest the key changes will come in the form of an upgraded processor and 5G support.
Kuo also mentioned a few things about this year’s iPhone 13 lineup. He suggests that Apple will launch four models with the same screen sizes as the iPhone 12 series. All the 2021 iPhones are expected to have a smaller notch and feature Qualcomm’s X60M 5G chip.
Kuo believes that the two Pro models in the iPhone 13 series will have upgraded six-piece ultra-wide camera with a wider f/1.8 aperture and autofocus, updated 120Hz LTPO displays for smoother functioning and power efficiency, a new 5G chip from Qualcomm, increased battery life, and some tweaks to the notch.
Some rumors suggest that major design changes would not be made and 2021 iPhones will have the same feature set as the 2020 iPhone.
Some speculations suggested that at least one iPhone in 2021 will have a portless design that relies entirely on wireless charging, but Kuo says that’s not going to happen. Apple is going to continue to rely on Lightning for the foreseeable future with no transition to USB-C and no portless design until MagSafe accessories are more common.
We are expecting a smaller notch, with rumors suggesting we could see a shallower notch with a reduced height rather than reduced width. Apple is also expected to introduce 120Hz refresh rates for Pro iPhone models, bringing the iPad Pro’s ProMotion technology to the iPhone.