Published: Tue, August 08, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will launch in September after all, KGI says

Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will launch in September after all, KGI says

As reported by 9to5Mac, Apple uses the account to feature images from its "Shot on iPhone" campaign alongside interviews with and quotes from photographers that shot those images. We're honestly quite surprised why Apple did not do this earlier as over 80% of Instagrammers follow a business profile.

While we wait for Apple to send out media invites to its annual iPhone launch event, here are a few things you can expect from Apple and its heavily rumored, highly anticipated, iPhone 8 release date. Amidst all the rumors, one of the Apple employee's has accidentally leaked details of the to-be-launched device. We do not think production of the OLED iPhone will pick up substantially before 4Q17; and given strong demand, tight supply may persist until 1Q18 before improving much. There will be a small cutout near the top to accommodate the ear speaker, front camera, and other sensors. The image, shared by Twitter leaker Evan Blass, shows the device in what appears to be a UAG case... The front panel shows off Samsung's OLED display covering with glass and the digitizer as well.

Some analysts have speculated the "iPhone 8" could cost $US1,000 or more. We are unable to see any Physical home button on the phone, so the phone would come up with touch ID functionality. The report has also confirmed that the iPhone 8 will be the first iPhone to support quick charging and wireless charging. Eventually, it might not be the final design of the Apple's tenth-anniversary edition of iPhone.

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The image also indicates that Apple has made a decision to drop the traditional Home button with the iPhone 8. But if the most recent leaks and rumors on the iPhone 8 specs are to be taken into account and believed, then the smartphone market is about to be even more competitive. Kuo joined analysts in suspecting the iPhone 8 will have 3-D facial recognition, an edge-to-edge OLED display and a hefty price tag.

His research often ends up being the most substantial information about future Apple products, although he issues research on other consumer electronics, including Samsung.

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