(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Listen up Apple fan boys and girls: It’s time for the latest round of speculation regarding the next generation iPhone.
Forbes.com on Wednesday released a report showcasing what many industry analysts believe the future Apple smartphone will include.
The matter arrives after Apple unveiled its latest quarterly profit results – a period that saw the company receiving a net profit of 9.5 billion.
Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray talked about the iPhone along with other possible Apple products.
“Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned that the company is looking at adding new services and new product categories. We do not believe Apple has hinted to new product services and categories in the past, making Cook’s comments tangible evidence innovation is alive at Apple. We believe the new product categories will include both a television to be announced at the end of 2013 and a smartwatch in 2014. We also expect a digital wallet offering in iOS7 or iOS8 (2013 or 2014)…. We continue to expect a larger screen iPhone in March 2014. Cook’s comments all but eliminate a larger screen iPhone in the near term suggesting Apple would not trade a larger display at the expense of battery life and quality of display,” Munster commented, according to Forbes.
The last iPhone (the 5) was released in September of last year.