“Looking through the current leaks around the next iPhone, there are a number of leaps in technology destined for Apple’s next-generation smartphone,” Ewan Spence writes for Forbes. “The new technology will combine into the best iPhone yet… [but] it’s all been done before.”
“But the biggest gamble for Apple is not going to be in presenting all of this technology as ‘brand new’ to an adoring fan base ready to buy the next-generation iPhone,” Spence writes. “The gamble is that Apple is ready to delay all of this until 2017.”
“2016 is shaping up to be the year that Apple doesn’t do anything new,” Spence writes. “The year where it sits back and relies on momentum to see it through not just this year, but the bulk of 2017 as well.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Thanks so much for the premature load of bullshit, Ewan.
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