How Many Innovations Can We Expect From iPhone 6?
The evolution of the iPhone over the past few years since its inception has been an extremely interesting one. An infographic via FinancesOnline reveals some intriguing stats regarding the number of innovations each iteration of the phone has seen, and what we've discovered after analyzing the trends outlined in the infographic is that, unfortunately, Apple simply isn't taking many risks between models as far as changing up the game. We can't blame them, but given the fact that the iPhone 6 is on the horizon, hopefully this generation's phone will see some of the most improvements since 2010.
The introduction of 2010's iPhone 4 brought with it 12 innovations, according to the infographic, including video calls via FaceTime and a front-facing camera, Retina display, and a bevy of other features. On average, each iPhone release brings with it about 7 new features, and that's being generous.
Current trends hardly indicate that there will be as many as 2010's flurry of improvements, but there are at least ten projected changes that would absolutely be appreciated with the new iPhone 6, including the new Sapphire glass, additional health and fitness tools, an infrared camera, and even 3D images. Users clamor for additional augments as well, including (and this is a huge one) better phone reception, improved longevity of the battery, and additional memory to make sure all of those apps and programs are super-powered enough to run smoothly.
It's hard to predict what the future will hold for the iPhone 6, but hopefully past trends aren't indicative of a dearth of features for what looks to be Apple's biggest move yet.