If Apple stays true to form, we could see the iPhone 6S arriving in September – here’s what we know about it so far
No matter how good the latest smartphones get, Apple always manages to stay ahead of the pack when it comes to mass appeal.
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Apple Inc. has renewed its exclusive contract with Liquidmetal Technologies to use the latter’s metal alloys in its products, reveals a document (via MacRumors) filed with the SEC. It has fueled speculations that the next iPhone, likely to be called iPhone 6S or iPhone 7, may see the use of Liquidmetal’s technology. The Cupertino-based tech giant had first inked the deal with Liquidmetal in 2010, but has done little with the technology.
The iPhone 7 could be the last Apple handset with a physical home button, the latest reports suggest
As analysts argue about what new features we should expect from the iPhone 7, and when the new phone is likely to arrive, reports suggest that Apple is already planning a significant change to the form and function of its successor.
Tech news website AppleInsider has spoken to someone inside the company who says that future iPhones will no longer have a physical home button.