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Apple is breaking the upgrade cycle this year so next year’s iPhone can be awesome

21/06/2016

Here’s a bit of unexpected news: Apple is doing away with the traditional two-year iPhone cycle, according to the Wall Street (...)
Here’s a bit of unexpected news: Apple is doing away with the traditional two-year iPhone cycle, according to the Wall Street Journal. In other words, don’t expect anything special from this year’s model. The good news is that 2017’s should be just as awesome as 2016’s will be dull. The 2016 iPhones will reportedly maintain most of the the same feature set as the current models, and the same 4.7 and 5.5-inch screen sizes. The most notable difference will be the long-rumored removal of a headphone jack which will make the phones thinner (because that’s totally necessary) and “improve water resistance.” The… This story continues at The Next Web
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