IPhone 8 Launch Delayed? Report Says It'll Be November

Glass back design corroborated by latest iPhone 7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8 dummy units

Also, we have seen several leaks giving us an idea of what we can expect from the upcoming iPhone models in terms of design. It is on the shoulders of Foxconn lies with most of the Assembly orders for the Apple smartphones. "Apple's top brass recently approved the September launch of two LCD models, but the OLED iPhone launch is likely to be delayed to November", tipped the source.

Kuo seems to believe that since Apple has chose to use an OLED display for the new device, this will trigger a supply deficit during its launching. The outline on the show is practically indistinguishable to a portion of the prior breaks and is very prone to be the last plan on the iPhone 8 also. The report additionally reiterates that the supply of the iPhone 8 will be limited at first, while the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus availability will not face any issues. This unit which is also considered as "iPhone Pro" is expected to sport cutting-edge features and consumers are already looking forward to its fingerprint scanner presentation.

A new video, courtesy YouTuber Danny Winget, has been published comparing dummy units of the iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8.

The iPhone 8 has been spilled in a crisp arrangement of renders and live pictures once more.

Despite attaching a heavy price tag, Apple has sold around 41 million iPhone in the Q3, 2017 while the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have contributed to 25 million in that number. And what will be the successor to iPhone 8? iPhone 8S?

The leaks of the iPhone covers suggest the chances of having a new color this time yet again with skipping of the "Rose Gold". The phone has been in buzz for past few months.

But this year, developers have been given clues after HomePod firmware, which runs on iOS, was accidentally released.

Of course, just because the iPhone 8 will launch in September doesn't mean you'll be able to get your hands on it right away. Additionally, the firmware code suggests that both the front and rear camera of the phone will be used for facial recognition.

In any event, with Touch ID out the window, the iPhone 8 will rely upon a suite of advanced cameras and facial recognition software as a replacement.



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