May 12, 2017 04:57 AM EDT
iPhone 8 Mass Production Is Right On Schedule, Apple Unveils iPhone 8 In September, Available For Purchase By October [VIDEO]
Apple enthusiasts do not have to worry about a delay in the release date of the upcoming iPhone 7s and iPhone 8. Reports are claiming that the mass production for the next-gen flagship smartphones is right on schedule.
The mass production for the iPhone 7s and iPhone 8 smartphones is said to be right on schedule. Thus, Apple's next-generation flagships should be ready to be unveiled in September and will be up for grabs by October. Nonetheless, Apple's next-generation flagships are still deemed a little later than usual as the tech giant's recent iPhones were available for purchase during the month of September, Digi Times reported.
As the iPhone 8 has an increased complexity of its components, the supply of the highly anticipated iPhone 8 is expected to be hugely constrained at launch. The Cupertino based tech titan is said to be figuring out on how to make enough AirPods to meet the consumers' demand five months after it rolls out, BGR reported.
The tech giant is expected to unleash three iPhones this year. Two of which are being dubbed as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. These devices will come along with the same chassis as the current-gen smartphones, but with some upgrades on their battery life. The iPhone 8, on the other hand, is said to come with a completely new design and it will reportedly have a 5.8-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED), Tech Radar reported.
Nevertheless, the iPhone 8 is anticipated to feature a vertical dual camera setup on the back with optical image stabilization, a 3D-sensing front camera, enhanced waterproofing and a wireless inductive charging. The iPhone 8 will have an all-glass body frame by Gorilla Glass.
Moreover, Apple's upcoming device is also said to ditch its home button. Apple fans can expect the iPhone 8 to utilize the facial-recognition scanner in its front snapper.
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