These are the top 5 rumors about the next iPhone.
We are getting nearer to Apple's newest iPhone line up.
And of course, there are tons of reports swirling around like, things that swirl.
Hey, what swirls?
Sounds good, anyway, we're going to rank the rumors from most likely to least likely to happen.
Coming in at number five is Iphone ten styling for all.
Take a look at the current Iphone line-up.
There's the iPhone X and iPhone 8. Then there's the last generation 7 and the previous generations, iPhone 6s.
The iPhone X showed that face ID could work and that living without touch ID on an iPhone was possible.
Expect the iPhone 8 to hang around as an entry level model.
But whatever the next version is, expect all of them to follow the notch and ditch the button.
At number four, three rear cameras on the top of the line iPhone.
If all the iPhones look the same from the front you've gotta do something to make the fancy ones stand out.
One camera is good.
Two is better, but three?
That will make the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 10 plus or whatever it's called have features that the other ones don't.
I think this is pretty likely.
We are now at number three, pencil compatibility.
Hey, I'm a Note fan.
Writing on a screen with a stylus of some kind seems natural to me.
But I"m weird.
Apple brought pencil capability to it's cheapest iPad.
Maybe the pencil would be an easier investment for people, at $99, if it worked on both the iPad and the iPhone.
A stylus on an iPhone sounds crazy.
But soda getting rid of the 30 pin connector the headphone jack and to touch ID Apple does crazy all the time.
We're at number two the death of a 5.8 inch iPhone.
The 5.8 inch iPhone 10 is less than one year old.
There was a report floating around saying that Apple is ordering fewer Lead components This report seems very strange.
Apple usually keeps models around for a year or two.
The idea that Apple would get rid of the 5.8 inche version this quickly seems very unlikely.
And the number one rumor that seems the least likely is an in screen fingerprint sensor in the next iPhone.
Apple does not go backwards.
The company has moved to Face ID.
Yeah, maybe in-screen fingerprint sensors are a reality in certain other phones, but this is Apple.
Face ID seems like a worthy successor to Touch ID on mobile devices.
Apple's got Touch ID on its laptops, so maybe it's not entirely dead yet.
However, I seriously doubt Apple would bother to include another fingerprint sensor on a new phone after talking up FaceID for so long.
We're expecting Apple to hold an event in early September, as it has every year for a while now.
Maybe Apple will go entirely retro and introduce an updated iPhone 3Gs.
No fingerprint sensor or FaceID!
Nah, that sounds terrible.
Tell me what you think Apple is up to.
I am Iyaz Akhtar and I will see you online.