This year marks the 10th-year anniversary of Apple iPhone. In fact, rumors suggest that the Cupertino-based tech company is planning to release not one or two, but three redesigned iPhone variants this year. However, a new report suggests that the anticipated iPhone 8, 7s, or 7s Plus won't be released soon and as expected.
No doubt, Apple continues to make each new smartphone better and better. According to MacWorld, Apple iPhone comes a very long way in the past 10 whole years. And this year, a new series of iPhones are set to be revealed under the names of iPhone 8, 7s and 7s Plus. Surely, it will not be the same screen, buttons, and a charging port just like the original iPhone of 2007.
Indeed, we already know lots of information about Apple’s upcoming iPhones but there’s one thing that everyone has been getting all wrong ever since the first leak. The names iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are slightly convincing. However, after criticizing it, the names are not logical at all.
According to BGR, the anticipated iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus seems fine since Apple will release two iPhones that are upgraded from last year’s models and a third brand new one with a new name. But, come to think of it, if Apple will release all the three iPhones this year, will the tech company planning to release iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8s next year? Well, it's a big NO.
Here's why Apple might not release the three anticipated Apple iPhones. First, there’s not a chance Apple would release an iPhone with “S” on its name in the same year that it issues new numbered models. Second, Apple would not release the same name of iPhones, such as iPhone 8 and iPhone 8S, in two consecutive years. Third, Apple might combine the naming schemes of iPhone and iPad with its new smartphone lineup. And if that happens, instead of releasing iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, it will be iPhone, iPhone Plus, and iPhone Pro.