We are all seeking quality when we buy a product, but it’s even better when there are quality and low cost in the same package. Or to put it in a more teenage way of saying it, quality plus low cost equals love. This is exactly what Apple users are expecting to see in the iPhone 9 that will be launched until the end of March, and they have some good reasons to think so. But is it really what we all should expect from the upcoming device?
First of all, iPhone 9 will be a good phone, but not if you aim for high-end specs. It’s a low-budget gadget, although it’s equipped with the A13 Bionic chipset, the most powerful processor present on Apple smartphones.
For a low-budget phone with an A13 Bionic chipset, iPhone 9 will have an affordable price: only $399. With this amount of money, you will get a decent phone: 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage the A13 processor, and other specs that we don’t know yet much about. However, the processor sure is a great hint that iPhone 9 is worth the money. Even Apple’s 2019 flagship iPhone 11 has the same powerful processor. Such a component assures the phones impressive processing power, and the users will have the possibility of handling these devices fast and with almost no lagging at all. Because, of course, lagging is more annoying than getting laughed at during your birthday party.
Therefore, the iPhone 9 isn’t bad if you don’t necessarily want a high-end phone with mind-blowing specs like Samsung Galaxy S20 or Huawei Mate Xs. It’ actually a good choice if you don’t care much about the camera, which as far as we know, it will only pack one lens on the rear of the device. iPhone 9 is for sure an affordable and good phone, and we can’t wait to see it fully unveiled.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.