iPhone 2018 Meluncurkan: Apa yang Diharapkan Dari Apel

iPhone 2018 Launch: What to Expect From Apple

Perusahaan diharapkan untuk meluncurkan smartphone ‘iPhone XS’ baru, Apel Watch dan iPad Pro minggu ini, menurut laporan


Didukung oleh Guardian.co.ukArtikel ini berjudul “iPhone 2018 launch: what to expect from Apple” ditulis oleh Samuel Gibbs, for theguardian.com on Monday 10th September 2018 10.37 UTC

Apple’s yearly iPhone launch is scheduled for Wednesday evening, with expectations high for not just one new smartphone but a fleet of new iPhone X-inspired phones, a new smartwatch and maybe even new iPads.

The headline announcement is expected to be a new iteration of the iPhone X with a 5.8in screen, possibly called “iPhone XS” menurut laporan. Since the “X” stands for 10, rather than the letter in Apple’s official naming, an XS would mirror similar “S” phones such as the iPhone 4S, 5S and 6S, rather than standing for iPhone “extra small” or “excess”.

In the past such “S” iPhones have typically had improved internal components, but maintained a similar design and feature set to the iPhone model they replaced. IPhone 4S diperkenalkan Siri, 5S iPhone diperkenalkan Sentuh ID dan iPhone 6S 3D sentuhan.

IPhone baru X iterasi juga diharapkan akan bergabung dengan versi yang lebih besar, mungkin disebut iPhone XS Max daripada “Plus”, “Pro” atau monikers lain seperti yang digunakan dalam versi yang lebih besar sebelumnya seperti tahun lalu iPhone 8 Lebih. Baru telepon lebih besar iPhone X-seperti diharapkan menjadi lebih mahal daripada harga mulai dari £ 999 dari 2.017 iPhone X, lebih lanjut peregangan mengorbankan smartphone top-end.

Menurut laporan, Apple will also launch a cheaper version of the iPhone X design, unifying the entire 2018 iPhone line with the notched screen and Face ID facial recognition, dropping the Touch ID fingerprint scanner and home button.

Apple has not launched a cheaper version of its iPhone since 2013’s iPhone 5C, which took the guts of the previous generation iPhone 5 and placed them in a coloured plastic body.

Apple Watch

Customers are seen under a picture of new Apple Watch Series 3 after it goes on sale at the Apple Store in Tokyo’s Omotesando shopping district, Jepang, September 2017.
Customers are seen under a picture of new Apple Watch Series 3 after it goes on sale at the Apple Store in Tokyo’s Omotesando shopping district, Jepang, September 2017. Foto: Issei Kato/Reuters

Alongside the new iPhones, Apple is also expected to launch a new iteration of its smartwatch. The new Apple Watch is expected to have a similar design to the current Apple Watch 3, but potentially with a slightly larger screen squeezed into the same size body, menurut laporan.

The Apple Watch has been a slow burn for the company, but has steadily grown in sales becoming a small but important part of Apple’s sales shipping 3.5m devices in Q2 2018 according to data from Canalys, but still dwarfed by the 41m iPhones shipped in the same time period.

iPad

Although less likely, Apple may also launch new versions of its iPad Pro range. The company recently released a cheaper version of the iPad in March for £319, and before that a refreshed second-generation version of iPad Pro in June last year.

Tapi tablet Apple telah berjuang untuk meyakinkan pembeli untuk meng-upgrade dalam jumlah yang signifikan, meninggalkan garis untuk dataran sekitar unit 9-13m dikirimkan seperempat selama dua tahun terakhir, turun dari tertinggi memabukkan 26m pada kuartal pertama 2014.

Setiap iPad Pro baru ini diharapkan untuk mencerminkan perubahan dalam bahasa desain diperkenalkan dengan iPhone X tahun lalu, dumping lama tombol home dan Sentuh ID untuk gerakan dan Face ID.

IPad telah lama memiliki gerakan yang bisa dalam banyak kasus menggantikan kebutuhan tombol home, in switching between apps and getting to the home screen, so the full adoption of gestures over buttons seems logical. What remains to be seen is whether facial recognition can work as well on a tablet with its multiple orientations as it does on the iPhone X, which is primarily used when held in portrait orientation in the hand.

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