We will probably see a lot of new iPhone models in the next few years. However, major upgrades could take up to 3 years to arrive.
Many people don’t like to wait two years for major iPhone updates, but it could be even worse. According to a Japanese website, Apple will employ a 3-year cycle to upgrade its smartphones.
That’s precisely why the design of iPhone 7 is so similar to its predecessors.
Apple’s second iPhone, the iPhone 3G, was a big improvement over the original smartphone that arrived just a year earlier. But since then, the biggest updates have only come every two years. In between, the “S” models have appeared on the scene with new components and the same design.
This year, after the launch of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone SE, we should see a big change in the iPhone 7. However, it seems that its design will be identical to that of previous models. However, it seems that the design will be identical to that of previous models. Although the iPhone 7 Plus may surprise many thanks to the implementation of a dual-lens camera system, 256GB of storage and 3GB of RAM.
As for iPhone 8, which would arrive 3 years after iPhone 6, Apple could integrate new materials such as glass in the back of the case, and an OLED display made by Samsung. This would mean a big change in its design with respect to previous models.
From Nikkei, a Japanese website, they say we should start getting used to the fact that big updates take up to 3 years to reach the market due to the small margin of improvement Apple has every year, something we talked about a few days ago in this article.
The new iPhone 7 is likely to arrive with the dual camera, water resistance and improved battery capacity . Interestingly, the new device might also be able to create more complex touch vibrations on the screen.