It is soon going to be a month since Apple first released iOS 11 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. While the latest version of the OS comes with a number of new features and enhancements, it also comes with its own fair share of issues. More specifically, older iOS device owners have been complaining about poor performance, dropped frames, and poor multitasking performance since upgrading to iOS 11.
Apple released iOS 11, its next-generation mobile operating system a few days back, which includes hundreds of new and hidden features for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The rumor mill and media industry have been calling the OLED iPhone with a bezel-less front as the iPhone 8, while the other two iPhones featuring a glass back have been dubbed as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. While not their final name, it is widely presumed that due to the sheer amount of new features, the OLED iPhone is going to come with, it will be called the iPhone 8.
Yesterday, Apple announced that it is phasing out the iPod nano and shuffle. Additionally, it also updated the storage options for the iPod Touch and now offers it in only 32GB and 128GB variants.
At this point, it’s no secret that Apple is working on the iPhone 8 — a premium and more expensive iPhone that would launch alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in September this year.
Multiple reports from this week alone have hinted at the possibility of Apple delaying the launch of the iPhone 8 due to component issues and software not being ready in time.
Until last week, there were rumors that the iPhone 8 may either come with a fingerprint scanner integrated in the OLED display or Apple may place it at the rear like the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Last week at the opening keynote of WWDC 2017, Apple announced updates for all its software offerings and also unveiled new hardware products and in an unusual move even teased some upcoming new devices from it.