IPhone 8 and iPhone 7s WILL Launch on September 12

Aug 31, 2017, 01:24
IPhone 8 and iPhone 7s WILL Launch on September 12

Multiple rumours suggest that the Home button will be missing from the new iPhone - and sources speaking to Bloomberg suggest users will get a "software bar" instead. The Company's products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the iOS and OS X operating systems, iCloud, and a variety of accessory, service and support offerings.

Of course, this is just rumor at this point, and the final UI for the iPhone 8 may differ from what's stated above in any number of ways.

The new iPhone is expected to launch on September 12th alongside the 7s and 7s Plus models. Up until now, undiscoverable gestures were generally used for more power-user oriented interactions, but with this next iPhone, they will be used for basic, cornerstone iOS interactions.

iPhone is breaking up with the home button.

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A lot of upgrades will make it on the iPhone 8 this year. Basing it on the images released by reputable leakers, it seems that the motherboard of the iPhone 8 will be L-shaped, a popular strategy that tech companies use to save space and allow them to cram more features into a small device. No button means no more TouchID, but the company's using facial recognition technology to replace the identity verification and purchasing tool - more on that below.

Research firm IDC gave Apple's shares another boost after releasing bullish estimates for the new iPhone.

The WSJ cites anonymous sources close to Apple who've been "briefed on its plans", but it also corroborates with some earlier reports from European carriers who were expecting the same date for launch.

That would be the biggest change to the design of the iPhone since it debuted ten years ago.

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New rumours indicate that in an effort to accommodate the predicted removal of the home button and a almost bezel-less display, Apple could be planning to utilize the new screen "notch" that sits between the phone's camera and its sensors in a unique way.

The next generation of Apple's trademark device, set to debut on September 12, will come with several updates and slick new features. Apple's rumored to launch the smartphone with a button free front facade, following in the Galaxy S8's footsteps.

This leads me to believe that, as far as Broadcom dollar content in the new iPhones goes, there's no difference between an iPhone 7s and a premium OLED iPhone.

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