It feels like only yesterday that Tim Cook, Apple CEO, was berating its customer for buying his phones the wrong way. Now, CES is almost over, although Apple didn’t attend in person, that does not mean they did not dominate the headlines.
Starting before CES began, Apple put up a huge ad on the side of one of the hotels which state “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone.” Apple’s intention might have been to distance itself from the industry practice of reselling customer data while taking a sarcastic jab at both Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa.
However, a feeling of emptiness with the recent news of unlawful use of user data by third-party apps on the App Store and the infamous “The Fappening,” which could have been prevented if Apple had implemented the two-factor authentication (2FA) on iCloud.
A triple-camera iPhone may be on the way
Speaking of tech leaks, some renders purporting to be of the next model of iPhone turned up just before the CES. I guess Apple’s snark does not cover pictures of a new iPhone.
Those renders which are shown above showed a triple-camera bump on the back of what looks like an iPhone curved edges. That is likely the iPhone 11 XS Max or maybe iPhone 11 Max. The triple-camera bump will probably only be on the top-end iPhone, with dual cameras which are likely to be on the smaller models of iPhone.
Three more iPhones incoming
Also, according to the Journal, Apple will, therefore, continue the trend of releasing three phones this coming autumn, which includes an LCD-screened successor to the “struggling XR.”
This might be because it was already in development and plans can’t be changed so fast, so the fate of LCD’s is still in the air for the coming year. The report also mentions that all of Apple’s iPhones will have OLED screens come 2020, so we will have to wait and see.
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