IPhone 8 Features Price and Review

If Apple follows the usual schedule, the iPhone 8 - or whatever the next iPhone is called – will be launched within the next three months. It has been the company’s tradition to reveal its next super phone in the first or second week of September, as it did at the beginning of the iPhone 5 in 2012.

But this year's concert of sources in the supply chain, and analysts raised questions about the company's ability to provide a normal schedule.

Apple is rumored to work on a dramatic redesign for the 10th anniversary edition of the iPhone. Everything we hear - and it's all unofficially of course - the new design, the new screen and new - and maybe show stop characteristics.

The instructions that come with a preview of Apple's iOS at the WWDC 11 plus a steady stream of rumors paint never lift what we do not see the iPhone 8. In addition to the updated hardware that the OLED screen, which rewards the home button end to end and wireless, it seems that the next generation of the Phone Company and operating system uses augmented reality (also known as AR) to bring together. This probably means that we will soon be deluged by applications, digital images and animations - yes, like Pokémon, and the App just announced Ikea is what we see through the camera in the real world.

But when? Doubts Voices on the September calendar in the spring has increased over the past few weeks, significantly less than detailed figures design and protection of the iPhone 8 loans put online. And optimistic about the rumors, two or three weeks ago - that Apple and its suppliers have solved the production problem - tracking by visiting the sites has recently become the 8 iPhones

Whatever the precise moment, all signs indicate squashing start later this year. As we approach the launch of the iPhone 8, we will continue to the most important rumor.

IPhone 8 Possible Descriptions:
Three new models including two minor "S" upgrades plus an all-new iPhone 8
Home button and Touch ID embedded in the display or located on back
New biometric security featuring iris scanning, and/or facial recognition via LG's new 3D sensor technology
Curved, edge-to-edge OLED display with the iPad's True Tone technology, possibly with Ion-X glass
"Wireless" charging (inductive/magnetic charging, as with the Apple Watch)
Dual-lens camera, possibly in a vertical configuration and/or with AR capabilities
Support for the Apple Pencil
USB-C charger (leading to Apple's existing Lightning connector on the phone)
Enhanced water resistance or waterproofing
Higher quality earpiece for louder, clearer audio
Apple's next-generation processor (the A10X or A11)
Stainless steel and glass body
Upgraded storage and memory, possibly starting at 64GB and 3GB of RAM
Intel or Qualcomm modem
iOS 11
Priced between $850 and $1,099 (roughly £650 to £900, or AU$1,150 to AU$1,500)

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