For instance, Apple is all set to unveil the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, which are the refurbished variants of last year’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, respectively.
A new report indicates that, unlike many of the other Apple handsets, the iPhone SE may not be receiving a refresh anymore.
The iPhone 7s, which is scheduled to hit shelves this year, is a 4.7-inch smartphone, while the iPhone 7s Plus is a larger 5.5-inch device.
AdvertisementsAdvertisementsApple will not launch refreshed version of iPhone SEThe iPhone SE is a moderately well-received handset which features a 4-inch display.
The iPhone SE and iPhone 5c are the only two Apple handsets which still offer the 4-inch feature to nostalgic fans that prefer the smaller display size.
iPhone eight power button might double up as Touch ID sensor
As it stated in But now a new destination for the Touch ID sensor has been suggested, and it’s in the power button.
Apple’s Touch ID sensor positioning has been thrown under the spotlight once again, with yet another new position being suggested.
They show a much larger power button than the one on current iPhones, with the implication being so it can cater for a Touch ID sensor.
However, the one design aspect of the premium device that has remained unanswered so far is what will Apple do with the Touch ID sensor?
An embedded Touch ID sensor still isn’t completely out of the question, but it’s looking less likely, and so Apple may resort to facial recognition technology instead.
collected by :Clara William