We have been hearing a number of rumors about the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus handsets, there are expected to be three versions of the handset launching this year.
We previously heard that there would be one 4.7 inch iPhone 8 and two 5.5 inch iPhone Plus handsets, one of these will come with an OLED display.
We also heard previously that the new iPhone 8 would come with a glass back and a stainless steel chassis, the handsets will get a complete redesign over the current models.
According to a recent report, the new iPhones will also come with wireless charging and Lite-On will be one of the suppliers that Apple is using for wireless charging components.
Taiwan-based Lite-On Semiconductor, a maker of discrete and analog IC components, has entered the supply chain for the next-generation iPhone 8 by providing GPP bridge rectifiers for the support of fast wireless charging, according to a recent Chinese-language Commercial Times report.
Lite-On Semi has reportedly obtained half of the orders for GPP bridge rectifiers that will be used in the wireless charger for the upcoming iPhones, the report cited industry sources as saying.
Apple are expected to launch their new iPhone in September of 2017, as soon as we get some more information about the handsets, we will let you guys know.
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