Jun 27, 2017 11:00 AM EDT
Tech fans and experts are expecting Apple to go ahead with its plans of rolling out iPhone 7S and the highly anticipated iPhone 8 in September 2017. Nonetheless, recently surfaced reports are claiming that Apple will not materialize the iPhone 8 until October at least. It is believed that the tech giant is currently experiencing supply constraints on the components required in making the upcoming mobile device.
Apple is reportedly in a shortage of NAND chips as well as DRAM for its much-awaited iPhone 8 smartphone. However, the Cupertino based tech titan is not the only one suffering due to this. Other smartphone manufacturers such as Huawei and LG are also suffering with the same issue and have to wait until they can roll out their devices.
Meanwhile, renowned Apple analysts have claimed the release date of the 10th-anniversary iPhone could be delayed by up to two months, as developers are struggling to implement the device's new fingerprint sensor design. Some experts believed that Apple is yet to decide on iPhone 8's design, The New Daily reported.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, on the other hand, claimed that Apple's iPhone 8 could be behind schedule due to its new cutting-edge technology's significant hardware upgrades. Kuo made it known that Apple's major issues are the troublesome Touch ID as well as the edge-to-edge OLED display.
Nevertheless, following several leaks about the controversial iPhone 8, OnLeaks has obtained detailed dummy models of the iPhone 8 that have an elongated 18.5:9 aspect ratio like Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Some leaks of the iPhone 8 suggest the device will have a glass rear shell.
Also, reports are claiming that a black iPhone 8 model will feature a black metal chassis. The display of the iPhone 8 is said to compete with the likes of LG G6 and Samsung's Galaxy S8, BGR reported.
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