Now that Apple has finally unveiled iOS 7 at WWDC 2013, this will no doubt intensify our desire for the release of the iPhone 5S. We do find it strange why some websites are reporting the fact that the next-gen iPhone did not debut at the event today, because it was never going to happen, or anytime within the next few months.
The earliest we should expect the iPhone 5S (or possibly the iPhone 6) could be late September. However, now that we have seen what we can look forward to in terms of iOS 7 features, we have to wonder if there will be any specific features to the next-gen iPhone that we have yet to see?
We’ve already seen in the past that when a new iPhone and iOS are released, Apple always saves that something special back, so that only the latest iPhone will benefit from that particular feature, but as yet we have a hard time wondering what that feature will be.
During today’s event there was talk of improved security features, but nothing on a finger scanner, but there’s still hope that this could be one of those features specific to the iPhone 5S, or whatever the next version will be named.
The new version of iOS is very different to what we have seen in recent years, and it’s this that excites us the most, as there is a small possibility that this could also be true for the next iPhone. So maybe it will not be a minor upgrade, but rather skip straight to the iPhone 6 instead, although it’s hard to see this happening.
Has your desire for the next iPhone intensified now that you have seen what iOS 7 has to offer?
Also See: iOS 9.1 beta 4 release notes live