Apple unveiled iPhone 11 this year in a usual flamboyant way that is so characteristic of Apple, but this year too the phone model couldn’t keep up with the hype. The only visible new featuresthat Applecame up with were the Dual-lens rear camera and 12 Megapixel front-facing TrueDepth Camera. In short, this time too Apple failed to give the customers new reason to buy the new iPhone except for the fact that it’s the new iPhone. It is clear that either Apple has run out of innovative features or it is simply saving them for its future smartphones.
Picture this: In the year 2011 the mobile app business had a combined revenue of approximately 8 billion dollars. By 2017 the expected revenues off mobile tech had gone up to a staggering 77 billion dollars, an increase of 962.5%. And by looking at trends we can say that this figure will reach 100 billion by 2020. Mobile app technological trends of 2017 are simply proving that this sector can only bloom in the months and years to come. In fact, in the field of mobile technology, 2017 could very well be a decisive year.
If you are about to buy a new phone and think that more megapixels will offer you a better screen, this article will surely turn an eye opener for you.
The Sony Xperia Go is one phone which quite literally can shake the ground. It is completely dust resistant and water resistant, making this one tough nut to crack.
iOS and Google Android have dominated mobile operating system market, followed by Microsoft Windows and Blackberry 10 OS. However, despite dominated by a few mega players, the mobile operating system market always has room for newcomers who promise to bring in innovative technologies and programs. Accordingly, in an attempt to taste the waters flowing in the smartphone market and to present consumers with a new and different product, the Finland based company Jolla has announced the introduction of a new smartphone that runs on its own Sailfish mobile operating system and expects to go on sale very soon.