We are expecting the new iPhone 8 to go on sale in September, although some rumors are suggesting that the handset may launch later than normal.
According to a recent report by Mac Otakara, the launch of this years new iPhone may not happen until October or November, this contradicts what we heard recently about the device entering trial production, with a possible September launch.
We also heard rumors about the new iPhone 8 having a larger power button with Touch ID possibly built in there, according to Mac Otakara that is not going to happen. So either Apple will have managed to get touch ID under the display, or it may be missed in this heard handset is the rumors are correct.
Apple’s iPhone 8 will come with an OLED display and the handset will be powered by a new Apple A11 mobile processor. This new mobile processor is expected to provide around a 30% improvement over the previous processor. It will also come with a new L shaped battery from improved battery life.
The handset will come with dual rear cameras and these cameras will have a vertical setup rather than a horizontal one. Apple’s new iPhone will get a new design, this will include a stainless steel chassis and a glass back.
The new iPhone 8 is expected to be accompanied by two other handsets. The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, these devices will have an LCD display but will get a new design over the current iPhone 7 handsets.
As yet there are no details on exactly when Apple’s iPhone will launch, the handset could still be on schedule for September, or it may be delayed until October or November, at the moment the only one who knows exactly when it will launch is Apple.