2017 Apple Predictions: The Best Products that are yet to be Released

 

2017 has already been one of the biggest years for Apple as it is the 10th year that the iPhone has been out. There have already been a few big releases from Apple such as the MacBook Pro. See more information.

But, the most exciting thing is the possible release of two different phones. It is likely that the two editions will each have two different versions.

 Below are our predictions for 2017 releases from Apple

Apple have already announced a few products for 2017, they are listed below:

  • Apple Watch bands
  • 7inch tablet
  • Red edition iPhone 7 & 7 Plus

Apple has also teased us users with the launch of a new MacBook Pro that is expected for release in the beginning months of 2018. Even still with all of these exciting new products, there is a very high possibility that there will be numerous new iPhone's on the horizon.

iPhone 8, Apple's upcoming releases

September is the month that we're hoping to hear good news

There has been a lot of discussion about what the new iPhone will be called and there are three options, the first is iPhone 7S, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. Either way, we can't wait for what Apple will release as each year gets better and better.

Remarkable and innovative technology

The biggest expected change is the removal of the home button. It is almost certain that the home button will now be embezzled into the screen to make space for an edge-to-edge display. The fingerprint scanner however, is likely to still be present on the phone.

However, there has been rumour that the fingerprint scanner will be completely gone and will be replaced with a facial recognition technology. This would definitely be one the best innovative pieces of technology that Apple will use on their devices.

Here at Wrappz, we are ready for the release of the phones that are likely to occur in the next few months. Shop our iPhone 8 cases here. If you think you're opting for the bigger and better iPhone Plus 8, you can customise your phone case here.

For more information see Apple's Newsroom.

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