One of the launches which people are looking forward to the most has got to be the iPhone 8. This is believed to be the latest iteration from the said tech giant.
Having said that, there have been a lot of rumors regarding its features. This is in terms of its screen size, resolution, as well as other external attributes such as external connections and the like. Its release and more information on this product remains shrouded in mystery. Despite this, here are some of the things which we already know so far.
One of the interesting new features would have to be the vertical camera. This is a far cry from the 7s and 7s plus models which feature one with a horizontal orientation. Moreover, the screen for the new unit is said to be a bit wider and taller. The exact dimensions are believed to be 5.8”.
In comparison to the iPhone 7s Plus and the 7s models, this is relatively both shorter and narrower. Apart from this, it is also widely-believed that the screen would be the OLED type. The camera, on the other hand, is believed to be equipped with 3D-sensing capabilities.
This would guarantee a much clearer screens and vivid displays than previous iterations. The 3D-sensing front camera is also something to look forward to. The reason for this is because it would most definitely allow you to capture cleared, more diverse set of images.
There has yet to be more information on whether or not the iPhone 8 would be having a rear panel made of glass or solid aluminum.
It is greatly suggested that the iPhone 8 would be operating with the use of 10 nm process chipsets. These chips would be manufactured by TSMC, or the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Also dubbed as the A11, this is the first to be used by Apple across all its phones.
Details on Release
While we already have a good grasp on the features, the case is not the same for the release date. Even if there is not exact date, it’s widely believed that it would take place in late October. It is also believed that the release will only be a limited edition one. Having said that, it’s not going to be released to the general public just yet.
One thing’s for sure though, and it is that the iPhone 7s and 7s plus would both be released ahead of the iPhone 8.