A new purported image, newly posted by the notorious smartphone leaker Evan Blass, which was picked up Centrio News, gives us a better understanding of what the screen-dominated front panel of the much-awaited iPhone 8 will look like.
According to the anticipations, the Apple's OLED iPhone 8 is going to have a 3D sensor capability, powered by the PrimeSense technology that is integrated with augemented reality and also the new feature of facial authentication, as well.
Analysts from investment service company RBC Capital predicted that the stock momentum will continue as Apple will launch its flagship device iPhone 8 in mid-September. This means that the iPhone 8 can be put into silent mode by the user's glance.
So want to know everything we're expecting from the iPhone 8? The source's suggestion that the rear of the phone has to be confirmed would suggest that Apple could be planning to include the Touch ID sensor on the back of the device.
Another hands-on video has appeared showing the iPhone 7s Plus alongside the iPhone 8, with the latter being depicted in a gold/copper colour, as well as silver/white, and black. The iPhone 7s or the iPhone 8?
The 2017 iPhone, if an image discovered in Apple's own software proves to be accurate, will feature a display which extends to the top and bottom edges of the handset. The current iPad Pro has a similar feature, as it uses the MacBook's $49 29W USB-C power adapter for fast charging. But it has been mentioned that the "iPhone 8" will be available in limited quantities as the supply chain will produce 2 million and 4 million units only in this quarter. This time however, Apple is finally expected to introduce the feature.
With this latest confirmation, iPhone 8 together with the two more new iPhones will be unveiled and presented to the consumer this September like the company's usual launching dates for their devices.
Rumours are suggesting the iPhone 8's power button could be nearly twice the size of the iPhone 7's, and that may be a direct result of its new functionality.
"The fact that Samsung's manufacturing lines are not running at full capacity at the moment hints at the delay of the OLED iPhone launch", said another source declining to be named.
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