- Apple will release iPhone 8 and 8 Plus along with iPhone 8 on September 12
- The pre-orders for all the smartphones will start on September 15 and shipping will start by September 22
- Touch ID might be replaced with Facial Recognition sensor
As we are already aware of the fact that Apple has planned an event on September 12 to launch the most awaited iPhone Edition also being called as the iPhone X. It seems that Apple is releasing two other smartphones along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. According to a report published at the German website Mackerkopf, the pre-orders for these latest smartphones will start from September 15 i.e on Friday. Adding to that, Mackerkopf also claimed that Apple will start shipping the iPhones from September 22.
This report could be legit, since there was a similar report from the French website, Mac4ever. The report published on the website claimed that the latest iPhones will be up for sales just after a week and a half from the official launch.
Going back to last year, Apple revealed its iPhone 7 on September 7, pre-orders started on September 9 and shipping started on September 16, a week after the official launch. Thus, we can expect a similar line up this year too.
Within this course of time, Apple might also release the latest iOS 11 along with macOS High Sierra, tvOS 11, and WatchOS 4.
iPhone 8, 8 Plus And iPhone X Edition Expected From September 12 Event3 days ago
The iPhone X is expected to come up with some exciting new features and a polished look at a very affordable budget. This can be a smart choice for users who are looking for an iPhone upgrade but reluctant to go for iPhone X which is predicted to be the most expensive smartphone ever in history.According to insiders, the iPhone X might cost around USD1200 (approx. Rs 76800).
The iPhone X is a special edition smartphone since it marks iPhone’s tenth anniversary.The device is expected to be a complete game changer with features like bezel-less display, facial recognition, wireless charging and first-time ever with no home button. No “Home button” means that Apple might get rid of the Touch ID and finger print scanner and instead use facial recognition for unlocking the device.
We need to wait and watch what the event of September 12 has in store for us. Stay tuned and we will keep you updated.