One of the biggest rumors surrounding the release of the next-generation iPhone, which is codenamed iPhone 13, revolves around whether or not it will have access to the App Store. Currently, the App Store has been on a rocky period of not being available for many different iPhone users. Across multiple carriers. This has left many people wondering. If Apple will make the App Store available across all carriers or if they will only allow it on a select number of models. Apple is also said to be working on an internal overhaul to their current iPhone software that will allow it to work across a wider range of mobile devices. So when is iPhone 13 expected? That answer could vary greatly depending on what is said by either company officials or independent sources.
No matter what Apple ends up doing though. There is no doubt that they will be facing fierce competition from other smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and a whole bunch of other companies that are rapidly adopting screen-based apps and services. In fact, Apple is already feeling the heat from the Android community with their rumored acquisition of the smartphone company Motorola. If Apple were to release an iPhone without having to partner. With a third-party application developer then it is believed that the iPhone will face stiff competition from devices such as the Android ecosystem.
The only way for Apple to combat this is to develop a cohesive iPhone platform from the ground up that provides everything iPhone users need to run on a mobile device without requiring them to open up any third-party applications. In fact, many speculate that Apple may decide to adopt the Android open-source codebase for their iPhone and go about designing their own custom software stack to run on top of it. This would definitely allow for the iPhone to run on a variety of hardware and software experiences on various carriers. However, this doesn’t mean that Apple will simply adopt any open source development solution that comes along. In fact, they will need to have a particularly high-quality degree of software in place if they want to keep up with the growing competition in the smartphone market. Whether they choose to go with a proprietary development solution or develop their own customized iPhone app, we will just have to wait and see.