You're going to love some of the new features on the iPhone 7. Speculation about Apple's latest smartphone has been circulating for months, but the latest leaks are truly surprising. Here's a hint: One huge feature may be leaving.
September can't come fast enough! If you're like me, you probably can't wait until the new iPhone 7 is released. Whether you're upgrading this year, or are just curious to see what Apple has in store for its new lineup, I've got you covered.
There are officially 85 days until fall. That means there are at least 85 more days, probably more, of wondering what in the world Apple has in store for us with the next iPhone. And Apple is fanning the flames to get you excited. There are a few things we already know, but now, there are three more rumors you’ll want to hear.
Wow, this is exciting! Everyone has been talking about the iPhone 8, but it looks like Apple has even more surprises up its sleeve. A new photo has been leaked that shows side-by-side models of three different iPhones. Could a 7s model be coming after all? You have to see these photos!
In 2012, Apple threw its customers for a loop by releasing the iPhone 5 -- a brand new form factor requiring a brand new charging cord. Now, it looks as if Apple is attempting to repeat history. Leaked iPhone schematics -- along with a mysterious graphic in the code of the upcoming iOS 13 -- point to a new generation of charging cables on Apple's latest device. Strangely enough, the reaction this time might be more positive than negative.
Samsung had its big event Wednesday where it announced a bundle of new products. With all the hype, Samsung certainly delivered. There were rumors of their foldable phone and we finally got to see it in action - and boy was it amazing. Not to mention they announced 3 other incredible products coming out that will blow your mind.
The big day is almost here! On Wednesday, September 12, Apple will finally reveal this year's highly anticipated new iPhones and a slew of its other products. We'll be live blogging all of the action, so you'll have updates as soon as they happen. Make sure you visit Komando.com's front page on Sept. 12. In the meantime, you're probably wondering what Apple already has in the works.