The iPhone 13 series is expected to launch this month, and the iPhone 14 series is expected at the same time in 2022. The thing is, Apple might be building revolutionary smartphones for its ecosystem. When I say revolutionary smartphones, I mean revolutionary for Apple, and the context is in terms of an ecosystem. Let me make it simple for you. iPhones aren’t just standalone smartphones; they are the key to the Apple ecosystem. Yes, the Macs, the iPads, and the AirPods don’t require an iPhone; but they don’t really work the best with Android devices.
iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 Advancements to Boost Apple Ecosystem
When you purchase an iPhone, it’s more than just buying a smartphone. You are essentially making your entry into the world of Apple products. With an iPhone, the possibility of you purchasing an Apple Watch, AirPods, Apple AirTags, Macs just increase exponentially. This is because of the ecosystem that the company has built.
Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series smartphones are expected to come with major hardware upgrades that we didn’t really see in the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 12 series. The iPhone 14 might come running on the 3nm based Bionic processor if things go right and there are no delays at production at the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).
Further, the iPhone 14 might come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and no notch essentially. The iPhone 13 series is expected to see major hardware upgrades as well. Users might come with better Face ID support, a smaller notch, bigger batteries, and faster-charging support.
The iPhone 13 series will lay a foundation for the iPhone 14 series to follow. With these solid iPhones in the market, consumers will be attracted to get their hands on them. Every new iPhone series has helped Apple make some records, and the upcoming iPhones can’t be ignored to do the same.
It will be really interesting to see what major upgrades the iPhone 13 series actually brings that’s expected to launch in a few days.