Jul 03, 2017 09:49 AM EDT
Apple iPad Pro's latest teardown found out that its A10X processor was based on the 10nm processor technology, which is the same as the Samsung Galaxy S8's Snapdragon 835 processor. As the tech giant has its own 10nm processor technology in the works, it could indicate that the highly awaited iPhone 8 will also have a Snapdragon 835 like processor.
The new teardown of the iPad Pro made it known that the processor used in the device was entirely different compared to the A10 and A9X processors, which is a 10nm processor based technology. As the Cupertino based tech giant has its own 10nm technology, this could mean that the upcoming iPhone 8 will be available with the latest technology, Tech Insights reported.
Apple fans would be delighted to purchase the iPhone 8 knowing that the device's 10nm processor technology will be at par with Samsung's sexiest smartphone of 2017, the Galaxy S8. Aside from that, the iPhone 8 is expected to have Samsung Galaxy S8's edge-to-edge display, the Infinity Display.
Meanwhile, with the tech giant celebrating the iPhone's 10th anniversary, the much awaited iPhone 8 is expected to have a major upgrade over its predecessors. The upcoming mobile device is also anticipated to arrive with a wireless charging, new dual-lens camera, along with a new home button embedded under the display.
Although the Cupertino based tech company did not confirm these new features, a video clip surfaced on the web and showcased the best indication of what's to come from the company. The video clip was published on the Tiger Mobiles YouTube channel and showed iPhone 8's new full-screen design in a full 360 degree view, Express reported.
On the other hand, another video leak of the upcoming iPhone, posted by YouTuber EverythingApplePro, shows a high-quality dummy model, which is more or less what the highly anticipated iPhone 8 will look like.
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