We heard earlier today that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would be announced on the 23rd of August and now we have details about the iPhone 8. It would appear that the iPhone 8 could be made official at an event on the 6th of September.
The date of the 6th of September for Apple’s iPhone event is just speculation at the moment, although it does tie in with what the company has done in the past for previous launches.
Apple’s iPhone 8 is a big handset for the company, this years iPhone is their 10th anniversary iPhone and the device is expected to get a number of updates. One of the major updates for this years iPhone is that it will feature an OLED display.
The new iPhone will come with a new design, it is said to feature a stainless steel chassis and a glass back. On the front of the handset there will be an almost bezel free display. The handset will not have a fingerprint scanner on the front, whether it will come with one remains to be seen.
The device is rumored to feature facial recognition, so Apple may end up using this for security instead of a fingerprint scanner, although we are not exactly sure how this would work with Apple Pay.
The new iPhone 8 is rumored to come with an Apple A11 processor, the handset is expected to come with more RAM than the current device. The handset will also come with dual cameras and these will feature a vertical setup. Apple will also introduce iOS 11 with the launch of the new iPhone.
As well as the new iPhone 8 we are also expecting to see two other new handsets, the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. These handsets are said to come with a new deign over the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. If this date is correct then we can expect Apple to start selling their new iPhone some time in September.
Source Phone ArenaFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone