Apple Will Release a Thinner iPhone in 2025

Apple Will Release a Thinner iPhone in 2025
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Fresh reports have surfaced about Apple, a renowned manufacturer of phones and tablets. Based on the information provided, a previous iteration of the iPhone model phone is set to launch in 2025. The report mentions the possibility of a slimmer version that could come with a higher price tag compared to the Pro Max model.

There is more information included beyond what has been mentioned. Meanwhile, reports indicate that the upcoming slim model is set to launch alongside the iPhone 17 in September 2025. The report indicated that the company based in Cupertino, California is currently experimenting with various designs for the device with the codename D23. It is rumored that the device may feature the latest generation processor, known as A19 by Apple. Reuters has requested comment on this test, but Apple has not yet responded.

New iPhone Models are on the Way

Undoubtedly, the competition with other companies is becoming more intense during this period, especially with the upcoming release of the thinner version. The strategic maneuvers of Honor, Huawei, and Samsung Electronics in China present Apple with new and formidable challenges. In this particular situation, the company recognizes the importance of efficiently tidying up iPhones, which have gained significant popularity among consumers.

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Meanwhile, major technology companies have clearly established their market shares, with Samsung leading the pack with the largest share. Based on data from the research company International Data Corporation, Samsung is projected to dominate the smartphone market in the first quarter of 2024 with a share of 20.8%, while Apple is expected to hold a market share of 17.3%. The report also mentions that Apple plans to discontinue the iPhone Plus and introduce a more affordable phone as the successor to the SE in the spring of 2025.

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