A new report comes about Apple’s use of aluminium casing for its iPhone by next year with an all-glass enclosure. The reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo adds with the claim that the new iPhone will not only be all-glass enclosure but the news of AMOLED screen is also roaming.
One particular reason for opting is , that the use of glass instead of aluminium is Apple’s iPhone competition with other handset manufacturers which are moving to full-fledged aluminium design with distinctive materials. Ming Chi Kuo doesn’t give much detail new iPhone for 2017 while people are so excited about it. His claims indicate that Apple is not going to abandon its old design yet to work on introducing new designs with updated versions.
Most of Apple’s design are represented with ‘S’, an evolutionary upgrade sign. There have been some speculations that what the new model may be called. On the other hand, some of the industry learning towards an iPhone 6SE naming scheme and hypothesizing that it may go with the iPhone 7 name this year or iPhone 8 or even iPhone 7s next year especially to emphasize the revolutionary changes in design.
As the year of 2017 marks the 10th –year anniversary of the smartphone lineup, iPhone-X maybe the lauded name for new Apple’s smartphone. This leaked information shouldn’t be taken for permanent evolutionary changes in Apple’s iPhone products of the smartphone due to some questions of legitimacy.
It has already been under notice that KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo in an investment note claimed that Apple may see 2016 iPhone shipments downsized below 200 million units, despite exaggerations, iPhone believed to be dubbed iPhone 7 with lower sales of previous versions in the market.
A recent report has also mentioned that Apple for its 5.5 inch iPhone may use the dual-camera setup as resembling several Android phones. The dual-camera setup has been so rumoured the much talked iPhone 7 for weeks with a cover case features.
Obviously, the initial leaks show that some of the biggest changes expected in the next iPhone are dual-camera setup with no audio jack.