I3 and I5 mobilities will receive support for Apple Pay in the near future, according to the latest rumours, and with the arrival of iOS 11 and the new OS X Yosemite, we can expect to see Apple Pay on the i3, i5 and i7 devices.
i3: The latest I3, introduced in April 2017, is expected to arrive with the next major OS update.
According to sources, the i5, i7 and i9 versions of the i4 are expected to receive the update in the next few months, followed by the i7 model.
The i3 model will likely get a small software update later this year.
The other i5 model, introduced as recently as last month, is also expected to get the update, and should also get a minor software update in September.
i5: While the i6 model is expected in September, the new i5 will arrive with iOS 11.
The new model is believed to feature improved battery life, but it’s not known when this new hardware will hit the market.
The I5 is expected at launch to feature the same features as the i2 model, but the I3 model has the added benefit of supporting the new iPhone X, so it should be able to handle some of the performance enhancements that have been announced for the new phone.
i7: The i7 version of the iPhone is expected with iOS 12.
The device will also receive an OS update, likely in the second half of 2018.
The most notable feature of the new model will be a new 3D Touch option that can be used to interact with items.
The phone will also be the first iPhone to support Apple Pay.
i9: The I9 model is a mid-range model, offering a 5.5-inch screen, 2GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 4.5GHz dual-core processor.
The processor has been spotted in various leaked renders of the device, and while this chip appears to be based on the Exynos 7420, the rumor says it will also use the Snapdragon 835 SoC, which was also spotted in the leaked render.
i8: The new i8 will likely arrive with an update in late 2018.
It will also likely support the new iOS 11 beta, and be able offer some of its other features.
i10: The final i10 model, expected to launch in early 2019, is likely to be a mid range model, sporting a 6.5″ screen, 3GB RAM and a 5GHz dual core processor.
It’s also expected that the processor will use the same Kryo CPU architecture as the current i9.
Other specs and pricing for the i10 have also been revealed.
The latest rumours suggest that the i8 and i10 models will offer the same hardware and operating system, but with the introduction of iOS 12, the phone could get an OS upgrade in the middle of the year.
i11: The next model of the Apple Watch will be released in mid-2019, but there is no date for when the first model will arrive.
It is believed that the device will be based around the Eximus X8 processor, which is a 4×4 Cortex-A15 based processor, with 4GB RAM.
The iPhone X is also likely to arrive in early 2021, as it is believed the next generation of the Watch is expected later that year.
As the name suggests, the watch could offer the ability to track and manage your health information, and also track your finances and your daily activities.