First published, Aug. 17, 6:24 a.m. PT.Update, 7:23 a.m. PT: Adds announcement from Essential. Android creator Andy Rubin's phone can be preordered online, including through Sprint if you want a discount. If you've been wondering where the Essential Phone is, here's a sign of life. On Thursday, Sprint announced that its customers can preorder the phone created by Andy Rubin, who a decade or so ago brought you Android, Google's mobile OS. Sprint is the exclusive carrier for the Essential Phone, though you can also buy it unlocked from Essential.com for $699. The advantage of ordering through Sprint is that you can pay for the phone through a monthly plan instead of all at once.
If Apple follows its usual schedule, we'll see new iPhones announced in early September, And with this year being the 10th anniversary of Apple's hugely influential device, the pressure is on to make a splash, A series of reports points to Apple releasing three new iPhones, including two minor "S" upgrades and an all-new iPhone 8 with an edge-to-edge OLED display, The two LCD models -- we'll call them the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus for now -- will likely look almost identical to lunar pattern: blue moon iphone case their predecessors, and be comparatively easy to get, However, the OLED iPhone 8 may initially be more difficult to come by and could very well cost over $1,000, even in its base configuration, (Whether that starts at 32GB, 64GB or even more is anyone's guess.)..
Regardless of what Apple brings out, here are the features we'd most like to see in the next iPhones -- along with our guess on the likelihood of each one being implemented in the top-end iPhone. Samsung's Galaxy S8 reminds users to make sure the camera lens is smudge free -- but that's because Samsung placed its fingerprint reader right next to the lens. But Samsung is on to something. Given all of the advances in computer learning, we're guessing -- or at least hoping -- that the iPhone could figure out if your photos were blurry because of a lens smudge, and give you a heads-up to clean it off.
Chances of implementation: 5 percent, This one's for the folks who said before the launch of 2016's iPhone 7 iPhone 7that they'd never upgrade their iPhone if Apple removed the headphone jack, We'd be shocked if it returned in the next iPhone, but headphone jack lovers can dream, Chances of implementation: Zero percent, Apple already announced and demoed some impressive augmented reality additions at last June's WWDC, and the initial work we've seen from app developers has been impressive, Since iOS 11 will add support for Apple's AR Kit to iPhones 6S and later models, we're assuming that's a done deal for lunar pattern: blue moon iphone case the new 2017 iPhones, too..
But what about virtual reality? Apple jumped into VR at WWDC as well, but it was mostly Mac focused. CEO Tim Cook has said he sees bigger possibilities with AR than VR, but the company is rumored to be working on standalone VR glasses for the future -- albeit possibly later than sooner. In the interim it'd be nice to see an Apple-branded headset into which the iPhone can be placed, similar to Samsung's Gear VR. Chances of AR implementation: 100 percent. Chances of Apple-branded VR accessory: 20 percent.
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