As we know, Samsung and Apple, both are striving to become world’s No.1 smartphone manufacturers. Both of these manufacturers have gone one on one with each other at court on a patent infringement case, since last few years. But in some cases, we can actually see who is copying the other in terms of their patent and concept.
With Samsung launching a unique and trend-setting curved screen variant of their new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6 edge, Apple, which is Samsung’s worst competitor might also launch a new concept variant with its new iPhone, which will be called iPhone 7, most probably.
Apple might go for a flexible display, or a side-mounted display, both of which may replace the hardware buttons and provide the users with a unique user experience. Whatever the case might be, Apple will extend to farthest limits to outclass the Galaxy edge concept with a new concept to amaze the consumers.
Apple also hinted previously that how their hardware buttons could pave ways for a whole new gaming experience if they could be used as gaming input keys, but that was before the Galaxy edge concept was launched.
Apple is surely buckling up to launch a new concept that can, if not outclass, then even up with the edge concept which was fairly appreciated in the international markets and by the smartphone critics on the internet.