Apple’s September event is upon us, but it’s not expected to include the launch of a next-gen iPhone. Instead, the gathering’s “Time Flies” moniker suggests a new Apple Watch, while rumors tip updated iPads, too.
This isn’t totally a surprise; COVID-19 has put a strain on the global supply chain, and that includes iPhone parts. “As you know, last year we started selling new iPhones in September. This year, we project supply to be available a few weeks later,” Apple’s CFO said in July.
Still, we will get the iPhone 12—or whatever Apple calls it—eventually. And until then, here’s what we hope Apple will add to its smartphone.
- 5G Technology
- Slimmer Notch
- Aluminum or Steel Rear Housing
- Magnetic Rear Housing
- USB-C Port
- Device-on-Device (reverse) Charging
Read the entire story on PCMag, then let me know what features you want to see on the upcoming iPhone 12