Not the first question Apple fans would have asked just a short week ago. Pairing the iPhone SE 2 with an iPhone X-styled notch seems unlikely, as the SE has typically been priced as Apple's entry-level 4-inch device. This hasn't stopped case designer Olixar from betting this year's iPhone SE update will be a radical departure from its current design.
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Wamsi Mohan, Apple has radical plans for the future of its iPhone lineup. Mohan issued a report stating that Apple was working on a flexible iPhone model, for release as early as 2020. In considering the upcoming new design, the Wall Street firm also reiterated its buy rating on Apple stock.
Incredible new visualizations based on real supply chain information point to a stunning iPhone 8 design. The special 10th anniversary edition iPhone is expected to launch this fall, alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. Forbes has revealed a collection of renders made in partnership with luxury case maker Nodus.
With the next generation iPhone just months away, details regarding Apple's flagship smartphone are coming into focus. Previous reports have pointed to a radical new design in the works, set to make a splash at this fall's 10th anniversary of the iPhone. Apple may skip the iPhone 8 name entirely, opting for another title such as the iPhone X for its top-tier model. Two additional models that could be dubbed the iPhone 7s are also expected to launch in September.
The tenth anniversary of the iPhone is set to be a big year, according to the latest report from Nikkei. Sources tell the Japanese publication that Apple indeed plans to reveal a curved OLED-display iPhone, confirming previous rumors. The flagship device would be accompanied by updates to the current 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Plus form factors, bringing the total number of iPhone models to three.