The next Apple Watch should not need an iPhone around

Apple smartwatches may get own SIMs to connect to 4G networks
The next generation Apple Watch may be equipped with its own SIM which means it will not need to be paired to an iPhoneMore

13 Agosto, 2017

This isn't the first time that a rumor of functional independence for Apple Watch has come up.

In a breather to its rival Samsung, Apple has decided to give its Touch ID security solution for its forthcoming "iPhone 8" handset a pass and will instead rely on face unlock feature for all works, an analyst has said. That's the same codename that was used to designate the iPhone 8 in manufacturing documents that were leaked in December.

The front-facing camera assembly that's going to be responsible for the iPhone 8's top bezel is also seen in these schematics.

It has also been reported that Apple will introduce wireless charging as a feature to the iPhone 7s Plus, so it looks like it won't be an exclusive to the iPhone 8.

Apple will soon launch 8th version of its flagship iPhone shortly.

Although Apple has already revealed their ARKit designed for developers at the Worldwide Developers Conference last May, the Cupertino-based tech giant has yet to mention the BiometricKit. Or is this some elaborate fakery? This means even with a smaller battery, iPhone 8 will likely offer a better life.

Apple actually gave the game away a few weeks ago when some people found new releases listed in 4K and HDR. Do you really think it'd be doing Steve Jobs justice without updated features? The design has not been changed since the launch of the Apple Watch.

The iPhone 8 is expected to go on sale from US $1,000.

The iPhone 8 has been one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year. Further functionalities are also promised for the Apple Watch 3, which is set to benefit from an expected fall update to watchOS. These standards cover a wider selection of colors and brightness than regular broadcasts, leading to a dazzling picture that takes advantage of the latest TV screens.

On the other hand, the news which is far more interesting than this is the fact that Apple is said to launching the smartphone first in the Indian market. The image clearly points towards the presence of a glass back unlike the aluminium chassis seen on the iPhone 7s Plus and 6s Plus.

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