Editing software could become the next hot item on Apple’s new smartphone range.
According to MacRumors, Apple’s next smartphones will be called “Editing software” and it will offer “up to 2.99% more storage than its predecessor” to help with the “high speed” processing power needed to edit files.
The “Edition” of the next iPhone will feature a 3.5-inch 1080p screen with a “high resolution touch screen” and a “3-inch Retina display”.
Apple also plans to offer “Windows 10” software on the next generation iPhone, with “a full version of the Office productivity suite” and “Office Online” for Mac.
Users will also be able to edit their photos and videos on the iPhone and “download and edit your own content”, and then upload it to iCloud.
The company is also considering the use of “Apple Drive” to store files and “Share” to send files from iPhone to iCloud Drive.
It also appears Apple is planning to offer an “Editions” of new iPhone models, including the 9.7-inch “iPhone X”, 9.3-incher, and 9.2-inch.