iPhone 7 may not change much, OnePlus 3 with 6GB RAM & more – Pocketnow Daily

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– Gear Fit 2 may come in a Samsung event this week http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/gear-fit-2-samsung-event-rumor
– Full Samsung Gear Fit 2 specs prematurely revealed: high-res screen, dual-core CPU, 512MB RAM http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/samsung-gear-fit-2-specs-screen-processor-ram
– Qualcomm intros Snapdragon Wear 1100 processor for kids’ watches and fitness trackers http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/qualcomm-snapdragon-wear-1100-processor-fitness-trackers
– T-Mobile outsold Verizon in smartphones for Q1 http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/t-mobile-outsold-verizon-q1-2016
– Tenaa steps forward to confirm 6GB RAM OnePlus 3 variant http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/oneplus-3-6gb-ram-variant-confirmed-tenaa
– Nikkei: iPhone product cycle to be extended to three years http://pocketnow.com/2016/05/31/nikkei-iphone-product-cycle

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38 Comments on iPhone 7 may not change much, OnePlus 3 with 6GB RAM & more – Pocketnow Daily

  1. I really hope the iPhone design is different this year. The iPhone 6 looked deceit and the curved glass edges were nice. It still didn't look nearly as good though as the iPhone 5, and iPhone 4S. The glass back looks awesome although it isn't nearly as durable.

  2. The mobile phone market is saturated. A 3 year cycle might make some sense. But with technology advancements, I wouldn't put it out of reach for Apple to insert better tech into their phones at any time they choose.

  3. 1 year is mad, only good thing is if manufacturer makes a DOG (like Samsung) then the fix is only another year away…
    Phones cost too much $800 , premium phones should be $500 max.

  4. I think apple will wait three years for a big refresh this time around simply for these iPhone's tenth anniversary in 2017. Then they will likely revert back to their tried-and-true two year cycle. I don't see a one year cycle as likely because Apple likes to get it's design perfected before it moves on, and this generally takes two years ("bendgate" with the 6 was fixed in 6s; and in Samsung, the S7 perfects the S6)

  5. I think Apple should revolutionize the mobile market again, and then perhaps focus on the software. A two year cycle is probably the way to go. But I want to see a good new design every refresh.

  6. I like to have the latest iPhone (call me crazy) and moving the major changes to every 3 years when there still is a lot of potential to improve (look at Samsung). I would save $1k a year though….

  7. Why would do people to expect flagship smartphones to change so much within ONE YEAR. The iPhone 6 broke sales records. I don't really care how phones looks but I guess that's just me

  8. hah, no. by the end of that cycle, it will have missed 3 generations of competitor phones. if your phone kicks it in the middle of that cycle, you're not going to replace it with more 2 year old tech and you're sure as hell not gonna wait another year to get a new one. you'll move on to present day tech.

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