There are necessary upgrades if Apple is going to keep up with the arms race
Apple completely changed the way that people view smart phones when they released the iPhone seven years ago. In the years since, however, there have been plenty of people criticizing them, saying that they haven’t made any major innovations since then.
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The most expected upgrade is perhaps the most important for the company. They designed the original iPhone to be the perfect size that fits in one hand, but since them people have started purchasing larger and larger phones from companies like Samsung. Apple hasn’t made much of an effort to upgrade this aspect, other than the bump to 4”. Reports say that the new model will come in two forms, one with a 4.7” and one with a 5.5” screen.
iOS is also a problem for some people. In comparison to Android, iOS is virtually closed off to developers and customers alike. Android is entirely customizable and it has far more Apps than the App Store. With the upgrade to iOS 8, though, it is believed that Apple is going to open up the operating system more than they ever have before. There has been no word on custom options, although the opening up of the API can be a huge indicator of what is to come.
With these changes alone, the iPhone 6 is going to be a massive upgrade in comparison to past launches. With a reported 80 million units being produced, they are preparing to have an incredible launch that is greater than anything that they have ever experienced in the past.
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Source: Apple Balla