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Apple Phone 8 review

|Wed, 05 July 2017|Miscellaneous| Page Views : 28

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The 10th anniversary of the first iPhone has come and gone. Now, if Apple sticks to it usual playbook, we are closing in on 60 days until the next iPhone debuts.

This year, however, there are questions about that playbook.

For months, an ensemble of supply-chain gossips and technology analysts have voiced doubts about the company's ability to deliver the iPhone 8 (or whatever it's called) in the first half of September. Veteran Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo continues to insist that the new phone will not ship until later in the fall. Others report that Apple is right on schedule.

The potential delay is said to be the byproduct of a major redesign that includes an OLED display, wireless charging and the integration of Apple's next mobile operating system with some blockbuster AR capabilities. But the central issue appears to be related to Apple's attempted integration of Touch ID into the iPhone 8's rumored virtual home button.

In recent weeks, we've seen a bunch of realistic design drawings, videos and iPhone 8-ready case protectors popping up online. And there have been reports of websites claiming visits from iPhone 8 devices, which has been a harbinger of an imminent release in the past.

Regardless of the exact timing, all signs point to a brand new iPhone coming before the end of 2017. As we count down the days until that introduction, we'll continue to assemble the most significant iPhone 8 rumors below.

iPhone 8 specs we might see:

# 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 bio metric 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 (preview)

# Priced between $850 and $1,099 (roughly £650 to £900, or AU$1,150 to AU$1,500)

The iPhone... when?

There's a ton of debate about this.

We usually see new Apple phones in the fall. And there are many reports that Apple is right on schedule.

But a number of supply chain sources and analysts are throwing cold water on that expectation for this year. We've been hearing rumors about supply chain manufacturing issues related to the "significant hardware upgrades" planned for the new phone.

Kuo, the analyst, contends that the phone won't ship until October or November. Other scenarios include an announcement in September followed by "severe shortages." It's also possible that Apple could launch the "S" series in September, leaving the major release for later in the year.

The iPhone... what?

Yep, we're calling it the iPhone 8. Nope, we don't know officially what the company will call it. As seen most recently with the new iPad -- with the iPad Air 2 succeeded by the iPad -- Apple may take a freewheeling approach to nomenclature. It seems likely that we'll get an iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus in addition to the next-generation flagship. For the 10th anniversary model itself, anything is possible. We've seen rumors about an iPhone 10; an iPhone X; and the offbeat iPhone Edition, seemingly inspired by the premium Apple Watch Edition.

The iOS 11 show

At WWDC, Apple introduced the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 11, dropping some hints about the next iPhone in the process. With the next-generation phone, we can expect to see upgrades that make Siri, Apple's voice assistant, smarter and more capable; new layouts and options for the lock screen, App Store and Control Center; and AR software that will overlay the virtual world on to the physical one.

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