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Apple to Launch Wrist Watches that can Make Calls

13 Agosto 2017
Apple to Launch Wrist Watches that can Make Calls

The Apple Watch 2 for example included a GPS chip which meant it no longer had to rely on a smartphone's location feature.

According to leaked dimensions coming from sources within Apple's supply chain, it appears that the iPhone 8 will be smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus, yet larger than the iPhone 7, closely matching Samsung with the Galaxy S8.

"Apple clearly has big plans for Watch both in the health segment and as a gateway to the connected home". It will be interesting to see what Apple has to offer with its new iPhone's, especially the iPhone 8. In February, Bloomberg reported that Apple was working on a new Apple TV capable of 4K and HDR with the codename "J105", suggesting the codename in the firmware references the same described product. The company will most likely switch to a vertical layout for its rear camera setup as well. Apple is freeing us from our iPhones.

This was because the iPhone would have to be placed directly in front of the face of the owner. In the US, the report claims, the LTE Apple Watch model will be sold by major carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile.

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Apple to Launch Wrist Watches that can Make Calls

Scenes found in the firmware include baby, document, fireworks, pet and snow.

In terms of performance, Apple traditionally releases a new system-on-a-chip (SoC) with the launch of a new iPhone. The premium iPhone 8, however, will have many new features including an OLED screen, a new physical design, slightly curved glass, wireless charging and 3D sensors. The tech giant's CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that augmented reality is going to make the iPhones "even more essential".

And this has been corroborated by no other than Apple tip genius Ming Chi-Kuo.

The iPhone 8 has been one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year. Truly, the rumor mill is flooded with news and rumors about Apple's upcoming beast. This further leads one to believe that a facial recognition software may replace fingerprint scanning altogether. The premium handset is expected to feature an IP68 water resistance rating, versus the IP67 rating earned by the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. You'll have to pay extra for the LTE option of course.