We’ve been hearing rumors and analyst reports about the iPhone 8 for months now. Part of the routine is, eventually, seeing concept images and videos based on all that data.
iPhone 8 Release Date, News and Rumors
Apple is a profitable company. Even when it’s hit with a disappointing year (for itself and especially for Wall Street), the company is still raking in truck loads of money.
Augmented Reality (AR) is the technology that many believe will surpass Virtual Reality (VR) as the go-to option for many companies as the “next big thing.”
A new report from Economic Daily Times claims that the mass production of iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s are on track and they will be announced by Apple in September followed by an October launch.
Analysts Sebastian Hou and Brain Chen from research firm CLSA believe that there is a “high chance” of the Touch ID sensor being located on the back of the OLED iPhone 8.
In their latest research note based on their analysis of Apple’s supply chain, JPMorgan analysts believe that the OLED iPhone 8 will feature improved waterproofing and an enhanced stereo speaker setup.
Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. These were Steve Jobs words before introducing the iPhone in 2007 as three revolutionary products: a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, a breakthrough internet communications device.
If you were to look on Apple’s online store right now, it would tell you that AirPods, ridiculously, still have a six week shipment date if you buy them today.
Up until now, we have seen quite a few renders of the iPhone 8. Today though, the folks over at iDropNews bring us some concept renders of the Function Area that the iPhone 8 is rumored to sport.
In the grind that is the iPhone rumor mill, sometimes we get to hear things more than once. More than 10 times, even.