Thursday, December 8, 2016

Apple iPhone 8; News And What We Know So Far


iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus  started a few months ago. Knowing the popularity of the smartphone, it is not surprising that speculation and rumors for the new iPhone have already begun.

However, next year will be very important for the smartphone manufacturer since 2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the iPhone.

According to a report, the company tests more than 10 different prototypes for their next big smartphone.

One of the prototype rumors being tested is allegedly using an OLED screen without bezel and could be bent like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. It could also include the wireless charging, a feature that has been planned for quite some time on the smartphone.

Apple has its ticking cycle to name the iPhone, so technically the new iPhone will be called iPhone 7s and 7s Plus. However, many contradictory reports indicate that Apple could jump this time and announce the iPhone 8.

You can also see a major design update as it will be ten years since the first iPhone was announced by Steve Jobs in 2007.

New iPhones are usually advertised in the first two weeks of September, just before the holiday season. Although there has been no clue about the breakdown of Apple tradition, so we can expect the cancellation to be at any time during the first two weeks of September next year.

This will be a special anniversary, so Apple could completely choose a different date, maybe even on June 29, the same day, the first iPhone was launched.

In terms of price, the iPhone has always been a high-end product. Given the mechanics of Apple prices, the new iPhone could take prices from the current generation, while 7 and 7 Plus could see a fall.

This means that the price for new iPhones could start at $ 649.

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