Late last month, iPhone celebrated its 10-year anniversary. Apple launched its first iPhone about 10 years ago (June 29, 2007 to be specific) when BlackBerry and Windows phone still dominated the mobile phone market. Ever since then this iconic device has evolved significantly.
Throughout all those years, if there’s one thing that’s consistent in tech, it’s definitely the iPhone hype. This year as usual, the rumor mill is turning once again and there’s been plenty of stuff floating around about our next iPhone, which will probably be the iPhone 8, as described by rumors and leaks.
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A new rumored report published by iGeneration claims that we can expect a new iPhone SE in August, ahead of an iPhone 8 announcement in September or October.
Rumors as to a new iPhone SE 2 have been almost non-existent thus far, but today’s news would make a modicum of sense considering the last time Apple’s smallest, least expensive iPhone got refresh was back in March of 2016. With that in mind the possibility of a refresh next month makes plenty of sense indeed.
Another latest rumor involves one of Apple’s biggest rivals, Samsung. According to a new rumored report by Korean publication The Investor, Apple is expected to make a deal with Samsung to produce the chips that will power the high-powered iPhone 9 next year.