The new iPhone will steal the limelight and Apple has many other projects to reveal
Tomorrow is a big day for Apple! The Californian tech company will unveil some new tech and also the new iPhone. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, will take the stage in the Steve Jobs Theatre at the new campus. Of course the most anticipating announcement is the presentation of three smartphones, one of the, a premium model. But, let’s break down what to expect from the event.
As we mentioned above Apple has plans to release three iPhones. Two of them are the upgrades for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, also called iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. But the new phone, dubbed iPhone X is the biggest revelation. Now, the new phone will have a new design, with all-screen display, no home button, just some cut-out for the earpiece, camera and sensors. Also the camera at the back will be placed vertically.
The fact that the bezels are gone the company focuses on the screen. The OLED display will produced crispy colors and the screen will be a bit taller than the one on the iPhone 7 Plus. And the screen will also feature “True Tone” technology, that will allow the screen to change the temperature based on the environment. If you are looking for a fingerprint scanner you will not find it but the company replaced it with a 3D facial recognition scanner, according to reports.
The premium iPhone will have a faster processor and a new software, the iOS 1, with a redesigned Control Center, support for augmented reality apps and more.
As for the Apple Watch we will see what upgrades the company will bring to the device. The most anticipated feature is the cellular data via a wireless option that handles LTE data. Now, you can leave you iPhone at home because you can connect to cellular data networks and use them to call someone, check out maps, or listen to music. We also expect to see new colors and bands because style matters when it comes to Apple Watch. Of course the Watch will also have a new software to support some new features.
Last, but not least, Apple TV gets a makeover. It was about time! The most popular upgrade is the 4K video support. But you also must have a 4K TV. Alongside with the 4K support the tech company is planning to support HDR video playback. Inside the box you will find a faster processor in order to handle high resolution videos. Also, reports claim that the company wants to integrate some live TV streams to its own TV app so users won’t spend much time clicking.