The internal name of the iPhone 8 / Pro in Apple is D22 "Ferrari" - NewCydiaTweaks

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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The internal name of the iPhone 8 / Pro in Apple is D22 "Ferrari"


We've been discovering all sorts of details about the upcoming iPhone Pro , or iPhone 8 , for several days thanks to an iOS version prepared for HomePod that should not have been published. This version of iOS is 11.0.2, that is, two versions ahead of what we have seen so far. Typically, Apple removes references to new features and / or devices that are in beta versions of iOS before posting them to the developer portal or the public testing portal, but this time they did not, and in fact, what Was released was a much more advanced version of iOS than anyone else expected. Even if it was for the HomePod,
In addition to the new status bar divided into that new iPhone with full screen and an icon of its appearance, we now also know that internally in Apple this machine is called D22 . The code also appears in the file name that shows the icon on these lines, showing the screen of that future iPhone. The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, are called D20 and D21 respectively. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus last year were called D10 and D11, so the name also makes perfect sense.
More than the internal code, probably what most catches the attention is not that D22 but the fact that the internal nickname of this iPhone seems to be that it is Ferrari . Calling it Ferrari goes in line with indications that this iPhone will be significantly more expensive ... like a Ferrari . In fact, Eddy Cue , one of the top managers of Apple and responsible for all software and services, is also on the board of Ferrari.
It seems that Apple's strategy for the coming months is quite clear; Launch an improved iPhone 7 and 7 Plus that are probably called iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. Added to those two, an iPhone with the best technical features they can manufacture, with a full-screen OLED display and because of difficulties in getting those components, more expensive than the 7S or 7S Plus ... that is, more or less the same strategy as Continue with the iPad and iPad Pro. Also with the Mac and Mac Pro, or MacBook and MacBook Pro, and most recently iMac and iMac Pro.

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