Apple predictions for 2016: iPhone 6c
Rumour has it that a new 4in iPhone will also be arriving this Spring, likely at the same March event.
There is strong demand for an iPhone with a smaller display MB6-869 and lower price so we expect this to be a popular phone - despite the way everyone decided that the iPhone 5c was a flop.
We hear that it won’t feature 3D Touch, examcoop or the high spec camera of the 6s and 6s Plus, but it is said to feature a coloured metal case, Touch ID (for Apple Pay), even an A9 processor and 2GB RAM (possibly).
Read more about the iPhone 6c: iPhone 6c release 1Z0-144 date rumours and images
Apple predictions for 2016: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
We’ve already had an ‘S’ model since the last full update, so expect 2016’s iPhone 7to be a more extensive revamp - we’re expecting a bit of a redesign for Apple’s 4.7in and 5.5in iPhones, as is customary when Apple makes a leap from S to a whole new number.
Pundits are forecasting the death of the 1Z0-599 home button, which we don’t think many would mourn. Adopting soft buttons, as are common on Android devices, makes sense, and it would allow MB6-869 Apple to increase the screen size without bulking up the physical body. Conversely, it may reclaim the lost space to produce a smaller device with the same 16:9 aspect screen as it employed in the iPhone 5, 5s and 5c to tempt an upgrade out of anyone who was put off by the iPhone 6 and 6S’s wider, taller bodies.
Before you assume that losing the Home Button and its fingerprint 400-051 scanner would be unlikely in this era of Apple Pay, Apple has a patent that indicates that it’s been looking at on-screen fingerprint scanners. Alternatively, there’s no reason why the fingerprint reader couldn’t be moved to the side of the case or sited by the earpiece, on the opposite side to the front-mounted camera.