Apple‘s most popular series is the iPhone Series without a shadow of a doubt. The lineup has constantly featured upgrades that have been grabbing people’s attention due to the ease of usage and convenience the iPhone Series delivers.
But there has to be one question that is there in every Apple customer or tech customer’s mind. Why can’t Apple make a bunch of significant upgrades all at once and integrate these into their new iPhone Series?
It really is simple, Apple has for long been following the philosophy of making minor changes but executing them to perfection, the brand chooses a particular feature that it wishes to work on and upgrade that flawlessly in the successors.
Apple has established a name for itself that is now synonymous with durable, great quality, and peak performance. Their devices year over year witness an upgrade in either the software aspect of things or the hardware aspect, it does have one constant tho.
The iPhone’s have been known for their camera performance ever since their inception, the quality of images you can shoot along with the video recording capabilities of the devices have always been a major positive about them.
It comes as no surprise that Apple’s iPhones are preferred by content creators as their amazing camera abilities aid them greatly.
Apple is known to do things differently, especially in comparison to Android, this is because both the OS’s have been pitted against one another since their inception.
Apple prefers to integrate unique features in increment in the iPhone Series. The brand has always stayed wary of doing too much. That is the major reason why the brand has small changes between each and every iPhone lineup.
This could prove to be beneficial to the customer though, as each iPhone comes priced quite high after its release, the prices of older iPhone Series devices fall down. Essentially, you will be able to purchase a new device that would have a tad less feature in comparison to the latest flagship from the company.
Nevertheless, Apple has a bizarre strategy, but hey, it works for them!