IPhone 8: Apple steps in to help manufacturers produce device on time

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 17, 2017

Reliable leaker Benjamin Geskin claimed that there will be four iPhone 8 colors, following a report last week by famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that there will be fewer color options for the smartphone. Adding to the pile is a collection of iPhone renders that are based on leaked CAD files for the final design of the iPhone 8. The next iPhone is expected to launch later than normal in part because Apple has reportedly had trouble incorporating its fingerprint reading technology with the new screen. Considering how the iPhone 7 did not feature any drastic modifications since the iPhone 6, its edgeless OLED display - a first for any iPhone - definitely makes the iPhone 8 a must-have.

If the software problems that have plagued the iPhone 8 are not solved in time, Apple might be forced to delay the rollout of the smartphone despite going as far as leasing equipment to suppliers to speed up iPhone 8 production. 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.

This altered arrangement supposedly improves 3D depth perception when the phone is held in standard portrait mode, which should set the camera up to better employ augmented reality (AR) functions. Apple iPhone 8 could be priced more than $1000 at launch, according to some reports. And one of the newest speculations on this front somewhat confirms what has been rumored for months now, that of a completely bezel free design. Some reports have suggested Apple is still working out the kinks in the device ahead of volume production of millions.

The touch ID integrated display is still in the making and Apple may choose not to implement the feature in iPhone 8. It still remains up in the air if the iPhone 8 will carry the feature but we do know, according to these images, that the home button (as we know it) is dead. The front of the phone is practically all screen (aside from that potentially ugly cutout near the top that makes room for the speaker and sensors), and the back is mostly smooth glass aside from that massive protrusion that houses the dual-lens rear camera and an LED flash.

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