- iPhone 8 will feature OLED Bezel-less screen, 3GB of RAM and 512GB of storage
- It will sport dual camera setup at the back with AR capabilities
- It is expected to be announced on September 12.
The Apple is expected to launch the stylish yet powerful iPhone 8 on September 12 along with iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. The iPhone 8 is said to be anniversary special device by the tech giant, and will feature an entirely different design. While the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus are expected to be an upgraded version of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The internet if flooded with leaks and renders of the iPhone 8 design, suggesting that the smartphone will feature an OLED Bezel-less display, vertically placed dual rear camera setup, both having AR capabilities, 3D sensing in both front and back cameras, and no home button. The device is also expected to feature facial recognition, wireless charging and a better waterproofing capability.
Leaks so far suggest that the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will only be a regular upgrade to the existing iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones. As said, no other occasion than Apple’s 10th anniversary would have been as special to launch the special device by the Apple, iPhone 8. The company will not let you wait for long to get a device for yourself by allowing pre-bookings of these devices the very same week.
According to a recent report by a Weibo user, the iPhone 8 will be made available in three storage variants 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. While all the three devices: iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and 7s Plus will be powered by the Apple’s A11 processor and house 3GB of RAM.
Speculations further reveal that facial recognition feature will be among the standouts of the new device, and will replace the Apple iconic Touch-ID. There are also reports that the Touch-ID will be integrated in the screen.
While there is no official statement made the company regarding the iPhone 8, the anticipation continues to increase as we reach closer and closer to the expected launch of the device.