Apple's iPhone Tenth Anniversary Keynote is happening today. Here are the companies to watch as Apple announces the new phone today, each listed with the parts they could be supplying for the new phones.
The company is scheduled to hold the event - one of two it usually has each year - at its new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif.
ALL ACCESS will have coverage as it happens.
Investors will be looking for proof that Apple's change of direction will work.
- iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo noted in his research paper to investors on Tuesday that Apple's iPhone X production is now at less than 10,000 units per day.
And for Apple's next fiscal year, analysts think sales will rise 15% - to $261.6 billion. The device's launch in China - which is one of Apple's largest markets outside the USA - will also be another factor that investors will be tracking closely.
Of course, who wouldn't be excited for a new iPhone, particularly one with constant rumors of new, exciting features surrounding it? Speculations over a next generation Apple watch has been floating around the web for some time, claiming that the new Apple Watch will have significant improvements over its predecessors.
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Experts said Apple now appears to be using the new iPhone X (8) to position itself as a premium product rather than trying to compete with the mass market deals of Android.
However, it is our duty to let you know what these newest leaks are, and here we go!
In addition to the aforementioned products, leaks indicate that Apple will unveil a new Apple Watch, an updated Apple TV with 4K resolution, as well as new AirPod headphones.
Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi predicts the top-end model will cost US$899 (RM3,780), though other analysts expect it to cross the US$1,000 threshold.
The brand new iphones due to be unveiled later on Tuesday are rumoured to have the following features.
Of course, pre-conditions include that the iPhone should have an intact and functioning display, be free of any breaks and cracks, and should be able to charge and power on.
Overall, broadly what Qualcomm is trying to say is that even though the iPhone may have kickstarted the smartphone revolution in 2007, nowadays it is the Android phones that are leading the charge.