Apple has been in the news for a while now as it plans to give its iPhone devices a massive design upgrade in its eighth iteration. The iPhones have been the revenue churners for the Cupertino based tech giant and its mainstay revenue sources. The Apple iPhone 8 is the upcoming highlight of tenth anniversary of the device.
Cupertino based tech giant to launch three iPhones, including all new Apple iPhone 8 –
The upcoming Apple iPhone 8 is rumored to come in three versions instead of regular two. Apple is projected to launch the regular iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus versions, continuing the previous practice. What comes as a major redesign is the new iPhone 8 to commemorate the 10th anniversary. The iPhone 8 is speculated to feature OLED Display panels with curved edges to give flagship devices like Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 a tough competition.
Recently Appleinsider.com has reported that Apple iPhones may feature curved display sensitivity to toggle various functions. Coming to the lesser variants, the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, the versions will sport a somewhat similar design to the 2016 iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. Notably, a Weibo user, with a history of Apple related leaks has also reported some features of upcoming iPhones,
The documents reveal that the OLED featuring iPhone is code named Ferrari by Apple. The three models to be launched are D20, D21 and D22. The Ferrari code named Apple iPhone 8 will feature Samsung sourced OLED Panels, will be a tad thinner and will weigh lesser than the current generation iPhone 7. Its also expected to feature an integrated Touch ID sensor, built in the display, which will also double up as a home button. However, the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus models may not incorporate these features to keep the prices in check.
The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus are expected to sport the similar 4.7 and 5.5 inch display with some improvements in the Retina Display technology. The highlight of the launch would be the Apple iPhone 8 with 5.1 or 5.2 OLED display with negligible bezels and sporting full-HD or Quad-HD resolution. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also confirmed the presence of dual-Cameras with independent Optical Zoom technology in both rear camera lens in the iPhone 7S Plus and OLED iPhone.