“Apple will also launch an “iPhone 7s” and iPhone 7S Plus” on the same day as the iPhone 8 this fall. Yes, the new iPhone 8 is all set to unleash in the technology market as we have the final packaging image of the phone.
Previous rumours suggest the iPhone 8 will include OIS, Optical Image Stabilisation, for both lens used in the rear dual-camera set-up – something missing from the telephoto lens in the iPhone 7 Plus. Apple is leaning toward using face recognition as their new secure log in method for the iPhone 8. Apple is also gearing up to find an alternative way for the home screen button. Apple keeps continuously trying to promote their phone and this time they have made a decision to land on the social network page Instagram to promote their phone. The analyst does mention that iPhone 8 quantities and styles will be limited at launch. With that design and Apple’s marketing power, I’d be surprised if the iPhone 8 didn’t smash the competition until next year.
Next month, Apple is expected to unveil its next generation of iPhone products. Granted, this is a render of the iPhone 8 by a case maker, but according to Blass the features you see in the picture (or don’t see, as the case might be) are “widely known now”.
The latest comes in from and appears to show off the front and back of the upcoming Apple device.
Images that are allegedly of the new iPhone 8 show off three colors for the device, reports BGR.
Developer Guilherme Rambo found an icon representing the iPhone 8 referring to the device with the code name “D22” along with details about the bezel-less design. The OLED screens are being produced by Apple’s rival, Samsung. With the many leaks and speculations, it remains to be seen how the next big launch from Apple will take shape. The phone is reported to come with a new “SmartCam” scene selection mode along with a face recognition feature that will help authenticate Apple Pay.
Apple announced that its Board of Directors has authorized a stock repurchase program on Tuesday, May 2nd that allows the company to repurchase $50.00 billion in outstanding shares.