IT’S only been days since the design of the iPhone 8 surfaced, but there are already leaks revealing two features about Apple’s iPhone 9.
May 24, 201712:08pm
Rumours are ramping up over the much anticipated iPhone 8. Only time will tell how many of them will come true.
THE daily Apple iPhone rumour mill has skipped forward a generation with two leaks revealing what could be the best features of the flagship smartphone that is still 18 months away.
While rumours continue to come out on a daily basis about the iPhone 8 that is due out at the end of the year, there are already tips on what Apple is working on next.
Mac Rumours has spotted what could be the first iPhone 9 leak in the Korean Herald, with reports that the iPhone you will get to buy next year is set to be massive.
According to the Korean Herald, Apple has done a deal with Samsung to produce the OLED screens for the phones in two sizes: 5.28-inches and 6.46-inches.
If true, that would make the largest size iPhone about an inch bigger than the current phablet iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple’s new “Shot on iPhone” campaign, where a group of photographers capture life from dusk to dawn using the low-light camera on iPhone 7. Courtesy: Apple
The other sneak peak about next year’s iPhone comes from Apple Insider, which reports that Apple in America has had clearance to start testing 5G connectivity in its iPhone labs.
With 5G technology promising download speeds 60 times faster than the top NBN bracket, Apple’s move to make sure its phone is ready for the network upgrade when it comes in the next few years is good news for iPhone fans.
Of course the rumours are not confirmed and Apple will test a lot of features, and several models, before it looks in the final design of the iPhone 9 which is expected to be released late next year.