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Apple's apparent tendency to always be in the news is quite noteworthy. In fact, you will always find the company with the highest number of Google searches across the planet. And as expected, the latest reason for it being in news comes via the massively rumored iPhone 6.
Apple's iPhone 6 , while still stuck in the rumor bandwagon for the time being, has been leaked over the web countless number of times by a host of different leaksters and also some popular names in the entertainment business.
However, while those leaks are far from anything official at the moment, but still we can rest assured that a new iPhone is indeed coming from Apple's ranks later this year. And while the naming is still an iffy affair, an iPhone 6 is as probable as it gets.
Nonetheless, the upcoming Apple-made handset's expected media event, that's supposedly set for September 9, has indeed created a brand new frenzy with media going wild about the kind of features the new device will run.
But while the next iPhone still has time before it gets finally unveiled by the company, we are looking at the features that were not present in iPhone 5 but we expect them to be on the next iPhone.
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Android has made quite the name for itself in recent years. And one of the highlights of that is the kind of third party keyboards we see inside the OS-run handsets. With the iPhone 6, we are expecting similar speedier texting on the new Apple-made device. And anyway, iOS 8 will let users install third-party keyboards like Swype.
Unless you have a special adapter at your disposal, playing a video on a screen that's not essentially your phone is a major deal. Hence is the importance of a micro HDMI port. And with more and more Android devices now opting for the same, we don't see any reason why the next iPhone also shouldn't offer the same.
This one we have been crying out for so long. A host of iPhone users keep telling us that they wish their iPhone batteries could be removed. The reason is simple. To replace it with a full one while on the go. With iPhone 6, that desire might soon see the light of day.
Another expectation that stays on top of our wishlist is an iPhone that will FINALLY support an external memory card slot. Sure the handset comes with its own storage variants, but Apple could do so much more if only it had added an SD slot on each of its phones. Maybe iPhone 6 is the answer to all our prayers?
And if the pleas for a microSD slot fall on deaf ears (and we are sure they will), how about introducing a variant that will offers up to 128GB of internal storage. This one may not be that difficult to implement since Apple already has a history with the 160GB version of the iPod Classic.