iPhone 8 will be launched on September 12, Apple ramps up production in China

iPhone 8 will be launched on September 12

The iPhone 8 will also perhaps come with a new design, although the iPhone 7s plus the iPhone 7s Plus will probably be iterative updates to the current i phone 7 and the iPhone six Plus. Here is what we know regarding the iPhone 8 to date.

Apple will launch the iPhone 8, possibly along with the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s In addition and a new Apple View that supports SIM card, upon September 12. Although this really is a date that has been much stated as the day when Apple will unveil the iPhone 8, now Wall Street Journal verifies it.
iPhone 8 will be launched on September 12

The business newspaper in America has been told by the sources, who have been briefed regarding the next iPhone release, that Apple will certainly launch the new iPhone eight on September 12. The report also notes the brand new iPhone 8, along with the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus, will go on sale around 10 days after the unveiling. Although no cost for the phone has been pointed out, rumors earlier hinted the iPhone 8, which will likely be the anniversary edition, would be the costliest iPhone yet.

The iPhone 8 will also probably come with a new design, while the iPhone 7s, as well as the iPhone 7s Plus, will certainly be iterative updates to the present iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Here is what we all know about the iPhone almost eight so far:

  • The iPhone eight is expected to come with a price of around $1000 (expect India price of almost Rs 1 lakh).
  • The iPhone 8 possibly has a new design, which has been said to include two layers of glass with a metal framework sandwiched between them.
  • Currently, it is far from clear how big will be the screen-size of the iPhone 8. Even though some rumours have hinted this could be a 5. 8-inch display. We have also heard of the OLED panel, unlike the LCD panel that current iPhones use. 
  • The OLED panel, often seen in cell phones like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note almost 8, shows punchier, deeper colors. Although there is no general opinion on the screen size, it has been hinted by analysts that follow Apple that the iPhone 8 may have a design with extremely thin bezels around the display screen.
  • The iPhone 8 is usually expected to do away with the physical home button. As for the TouchID, there are two whispers. One hints that the TouchID will move to the Apple logo on the back cover while another one says it will be under the cup on the screen.
  • The iPhone 8 is expected to have a redesigned camera. Just like the iPhone 7 Plus, it will have two cameras on the rear: 1 a regular camera, and the additional one with a telephoto zoom lens for the portrait photos and closeups. But -- and so say rumours -- this time around Apple is also going to use a bigger picture sensor in the iPhone 8 so that it competes with all the camera performance of the Google Pixel and the Galaxy S8 in a better way, particularly when it comes to low light overall performance.
  • The redesign will possibly enable Apple to offer wireless charging with the iPhone 8, even though reports say that the charging speed won't be as fast as what consumers get with the Galaxy S8, which too facilitates wireless charging.
  • It has been believed that Apple is also beefing up the front and back cameras in the iPhone 8 to offer better augmented reality experience. In case you remember, Apple introduced artificial reality APIs in the iOS 11, the software that will be inside the iPhone eight.
  • The iPhone 8 can be powered by the Apple A11 processor and is certain to come with at least 32 GB internal storage. To support better AR experience, it will also perhaps come with 3GM RAM.
  • The Apple iPhone 8 will support face recognition and users will be able to unlock the phone using face recognition technology. The telephone will probably sport a messfühler on the front that will help users get better face recognition even if the light is low.

Relating to WSJ, the iPhone 8 will be revealed at an event in Apple's new office that has an auditorium with seating capability of 1000 people. Apple has also reportedly, anticipating big demand for the iPhone 8 that is going to be the anniversary edition considering the fact that the first iPhone was launched in 2007, increased the production from the phone in China. Presently, there is one manufacturing plant in China making the iPhone 8, says WSJ. Yet soon the production is likely to expand to other vegetation where Apple and its production partner Foxconn make apple iphones.
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