“The lackluster performance of the iPhone 6s generation has led the analyst community and investors alike to look forward to the iPhone 7,” Ashraf Eassa reports for The Motley Fool. “Early on, the expectation was that the iPhone 7 would bring both substantial new features and a significant chassis redesign, as is customary for new number iPhones.”
“However, as time has passed, various leaks suggest that the iPhone 7 will mostly consist of internal upgrades,” Eassa reports. “In other words, an iPhone 6s…s”
“Although the new phone may very well turn out to be just that, I can’t help but wonder if these leaks suggesting that the next iPhone will be boring are a deliberate attempt at misdirection ahead of the launch of the product,” Eassa reports. “With demand for the iPhone 6s series of phones already relatively tepid, it would not be in Apple’s best interests for potential customers to get wind of the new features and enhancements that will be coming to this year’s iPhone. If potential customers expect that the next generation iPhone is going to be a modest enhancement over the prior generation one, then they are more likely to upgrade their old phones to the iPhone 6s as soon as practicable. ”
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