With six months to go until its release, JP Morgan analysists are attempting to gauge the potential market for yet another iPhone whose updates seem to be centered around for rather than function. According to their analysis release, there is a strong belief that these are still a significant number of consumers with older iPhones looking for a chance to upgrade. This will be their potential market.
Sleek New Design and Futuristic Features
But why upgrade when your current phone works just fine? The iPhone 8 seems to promise a lot. Instead of going larger to increase screen size like they did with the iPhones 6 and 7 plus versions, Apple is keeping their larger screens within smaller frames by using new technology to wrap the iPhone 8’s screen around the edge of the device. With this new screen come the new camera options which will allow you to refocus pictures after already taking them. In addition, the new iPhone will have 3-D facial recognition capabilities along with 3D camera effects and wireless charging, a factor often discussed by technology consultants and smartphone enthusiasts alike.
Healthcare Consortium Kaiser Permanente
Finding a specialist in your area can be a hassle. However, integrated medical care consortiums like Kaiser Permanente are able to guarantee excellence and expediency by incorporating multiple practices under one ‘umbrella’ team. The KP group promises that all of the doctors within their employ will measure up to and maintain their high quality of practicing health care, which not only gives their customers peace of mind but a standard of excellent healthcare.
A Neurosurgeon Isn’t Bound To The Operating Table
While the term ‘neurosurgeon’ tends to bring up an image of brain surgery, about 70% of the time, a neurosurgeon is working on your spine and issues that are caused by poor spinal health. The spine is the cause of many chronic and painful issues such as back pain, neck pain, and even leg pain. Herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, or even pinched nerves in this region can cause pain and various side effects throughout the body. This can make the source of this pain difficult to diagnose without seeing a nerve specialist such as a neurosurgeon.
Introducing Dr. Shayan Rahman
Practiced neurosurgeons like Dr. Shayan Rahman have to undergo years of medical training to become certified in their field, which is one of the reasons why Kaiser Permanente appointed Dr. Rahman as their Assistant Chief of the department of Neuroscience. During his time as a neurosurgeon, Dr. Rahman has published an impressive repertoire of studies since graduating in 2001 from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and has attended neurosurgery courses all over the United States. With his recent promotion, he continues to be a dedicated consultant to the Clinical Neurosurgery in the USA online publication and a dedicated professor at his alma mater, UCLA’s Medical School.