Apple iPhone is a great device you can buy right now. Apple has its tradition of unveiling new iPhones at its September event. Last year, Apple debuted three new iPhones models after months of speculation and leaks. The 2018 iPhone lineup is not a significant upgrade, but it still comes with tons of new things you have been demanding for years.
However, Apple is reporting weak demand for its new iPhones on the market. Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that there are fewer upgrades than the company expected. Sources say that users tend to stick with their old iPhones or buy older models. This seems plausible as we are seeing a higher demand for older models on the market. Reports claim that Apple will resume production of iPhone X in an attempt to boost its iPhone sales.
As 2019 is finally here, rumors regarding the new iPhones are heating up. Tech experts claim that one of 2019 iPhone models will feature USB-C port at launch. This makes sense as Apple finally brought USB-C ports to its new iPad Pro. The adoption of the USB-C ports allows for faster file transfer and charging.
Sources also claim that the 2019 iPhone will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. In reality, Apple has been working on the new scanner for months. Last year, the Cupertino firm gave up on its plan to integrate a scanner that works under the display. However, it seems that everything is ready this year. In reality, smartphones with in-display fingerprint scanners are not new out there as we have already seen some of them.
According to the latest report, all 2019 iPhones will continue to use notches at the top, but they will be much smaller. In reality, Apple first incorporated notch on its iPhone X, but the notch is not everyone’s favorite out there as many may find it annoying. All 2018 iPhones feature a notch at the top, and Apple will improve it this year. Besides, 2019 iPhones will also come with smarter Siri and Face ID. Indeed, Face ID is now smarter than before, but it sometimes fails to work. Sources say that Apple has been working on the third-generation Face ID for future iPhones.
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