No matter how hard we try but we can’t stop ourselves from praising Apple products, especially the iPhones. While users are already enjoying the two different sized iPhone 6 models, some designer has already shared a video, showcasing the concept.
It will be too early to say whether the next iPhones (there will be two for sure, one traditional and one with the big screen) will have few upgrades or a set of complete new features.
If those are just upgrades then they will be iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but in other case it will be iPhone 7, and we all are interested in knowing about the other one, right?
Recently, we also came to know that Apple is planning to use a tougher version of Aluminum material to build next iPhones, just to stay away from Bendgate controversy.
Now before dragging you further into this dreamy concept, I want you to watch the video first. Make sure you hit the settings button and watch it in HD standard.
Do share your thoughts on how the concept was and whether you like it or not. Also, whether you want such features in the next smartphone from Apple or not. Will it be useful and simple?
With all those questions in mind, it is too early to conclude anything but I’m sure of one thing that Apple is definitely going to make things further simple.
The concept of having a Digital Crown for controls and fingerprint sensor (sorry, TouchID) is pretty good, but I want to know more how that crown will integrate with the iOS.
Still, one reason why I want that Digital Crown to be there is that because of it the big sized bezel at the bottom is gone. Thus, it will make the device less tall, which means easier to hold and use.
I do hope Apple designers are working on minimising those bezels. But with a big home button with the TouchID, it seems to be near to impossible.
As your friend, I do want to share one feature of upcoming iPhone with you which will definitely be there.
That feature is ForceTouch display. The technology is already in use in Apple Watch and new trackpads of MacBook and MacBook Pro.
You can watch the video I’m adding here to know what this ForceTouch technology is. The ForceTouch is explained after 3:00 in the video, in case if you want to skip other information.
Now, since you owe me one, so I want you to clear that by sharing your views in the discussion section beneath. Sayonara!