“The iPhone upgrade cycle has become as predictable as a Starbucks latte. One year, there’s a fresh design. The next year, the ‘S’ year, it’s the same design with key upgrades like a fingerprint sensor or 3D Touch screen,” Stern writes. “This year, Apple is expected to break with that tick-tock tradition: The design won’t be a radical departure from the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.”
“There’s evidence that the next iPhone will be substantially improved in areas where the iPhone 6s wasn’t. The larger Plus-model 5.5-inch iPhone is expected to have twin camera lenses to improve overall photo quality and add depth-of-field effects,” Stern writes. The regular 4.7-inch iPhone is expected to get a single camera with a better sensor.”
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MacDailyNews Take: As always, same as with Macs and iPods, if you need one now, you need one now. If you can wait 8-12 weeks, wait.