Apple is expected to release its iPhone 8. There is also apparently a feature that will automatically place the iPhone 8 on lockdown if a person other than the user attempts to gain access to the smartphone through Face ID. While we wait for Apple, it’s a good idea to start setting realistic expectations about Apple’s iPhone 8 launch and release. We’ve also heard claims that the iPhone 8 in particular will feature fingerprint recognition inside its elongated power button. If true, the 10th anniversary iPhone will be Apple’s most expensive smartphone till date.
The iPhone 8 is rumoured to be as revolutionary in its way as the original.
Apple iPhone 8 is expected to make a debut in September.
A newly leaked image of Apple’s iPhone 8 appears to confirm a number of the headline specs revealed in reports over the past nine months. The design overhaul is also long overdue especially since Apple didn’t change much on the design front after the iPhone 6. Apple is on the list – but there are nine others you may be overlooking. Although face recognition is still in the works it will be a major new feature for the company’s phone line.
OLED displays are already inherently more expensive than LCDs because of several factors, not the least of which is the simple fact that there’s only one supplier that can reportedly meet Apple’s stringent quality/performance demands – Samsung (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF). The image shows that the front of the iPhone 8 will be dominated by the screen. We’ve seen and heard various rumors about it, including that it may come with a bezel-less design like the Xiaomi Mi MIX, Galaxy S8 and, most recently, Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone. The company is going to launch total three new iPhones in the coming September month, however we don’t know the exact details of these phones yet.
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