Nov 24, 2016 08:07 AM EST
Apple News: No New iPhones, MacBooks, iPads Released in 2018 as Apple Faces GAP Period Says Analyst [VIDEO]
The silence of Apple CEO Tim Cook on the company's next move had the investors worried about the stability of the Cupertino-based tech giant. However, based on the careful study of an analyst, Apple is possibly having a gap period; thus, the possibility of having no new iPhones, MacBooks and iPads in 2018 is highly probable. Read more details here!
No new Apple products for the next years
Tim Cook, in almost all of his interviews, would not dare to say anything about the company's next move not until it is finalized and confirmed. According to Time, this ancient move of Apple CEO has made some of the investors impatient most especially when Cook would just say nothing but assured that he is confident about everything.
This act of the CEO of Cupertino-based giant has been interpreted as a safe answer as Apple is heading towards a gap period when it comes to delivering new products according to an analyst. Furthermore, the analyst added that this gap period of the company is probably caused by "products that are not quite ready".
On the other hand, Apple skeptics began to think that the delayed delivery of AirPods, backing out from the manufacturing of routers and monitors and the mediocre upgrade it has done with the newly launched MacBook Pro are all part of a strategy. But nevertheless, the company is expected to lead in creating health applications and materialize the augmented reality in games and other aspects.
Apple in 2017: iPhone 10th anniversary celebration
However, despite the efforts of the company to keep the long rumored iPhone 8 under wrapped, rumongers will always find ways to extract relevant information about the new device. According to Forbes, Apple is expected to release a redesigned iPhone 8 in September 2017 in line with the celebration of iPhone 10th anniversary.
The presumed iPhone 8 is expected to feature an edge-to-edge screen display technology, Home Button, front-facing camera and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor integrated to the screen. The new phone is said to sport a full glass body as Apple is reportedly doing away with aluminum cases.