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Apple's next iPhone will apparently come in a bizarre shade of orange

Apple's next iPhone will apparently come in a bizarre shade of orange

The fact that it works even when the iPhone is lying flat on the table speaks volumes about how far we have come since the invention of the first primitive computing machine by Sir Charles Babbage. It was supposedly cost less in comparison to the other regular variant of the iPhone in the market and in fact, even in India, the device was received quite well, despite it not being all that inexpensive.

The sources told CNA on Thursday that Apple Inc has set its sights on the growing Indian market by pushing for shipments of the smaller smartphone model in a bid to double the iPhone's market share in the country over the next five years. It may need a consolidation period of a year or two before it has the earnings and product fuel to reach the $1 trillion mark. HomePod leaks also revealed that facial recognition can be applicable in Apple Pay for secure transactions.

iPhone 8 updates might be technology's most effective form of torture.

All of these features make the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus an attractive proposition and there's currently plenty of reasons to sign up to new contract. And let's not forget that an on-board SIM is also a feature of the Samsung Gear S3, which runs under the manufacturer's proprietary Tizen software.

Video editor Marc Bach noted that 'HLG' (Hybrid Log Gamma) mode is in fact the third HDR mode.

Assuming the reports and photos are accurate, the iPhone 8 would be the first Apple smartphone to support wireless charging.

Adding cellular comms to the Apple Watch would allow applications such as Spotify to stream content without an iPhone. Truly, the rumor mill is flooded with news and rumors about Apple's upcoming beast. Both these models will have LCD screen.

According to the report, Wistron is looking at expanding its production base in India. The image clearly points towards the presence of a glass back unlike the aluminium chassis seen on the iPhone 7s Plus and 6s Plus. Gene Munster, co-founder of Loup Ventures, believes that the move could be a "game changer".

Identified as "Peal ID", the new feature will probably shift Apple's biometric tendencies from thumbs to faces, allowing multiple purchases by simply scanning the user's face.