Everything you need to know about Apple iPhone 8 – Infographic Inside

iPhone 8

Apple will most likely unveil iPhone 8 on September 8, 2017. We have already covered several stories on rumors surrounding the release of iPhone 8. We have exclusive access to an Infographic created by a reputed UK-based Repairly. Before exploring the infographics, let’s delve into what iPhone 8 will have in store for you.

In 2017, you need not have to expect iPhone 7s. Since 2017 is the 10th anniversary of the iPhone series, the Cupertino-based tech company will most likely skip the iPhone 7s model to accommodate iPhone 8. Apple is really hungry to do different things as part of the 10th anniversary.

If rumors are to be believed, you can expect all-glass design identical to that of the iPhone 4 with glass on both the rear and the front. You can also expect bezel-less edge-to-edge display. The upcoming iPhone 8 will have a physical home button integrated into the display.

According to Repairly, Apple has filed a patent application to infuse an integrated fingerprint sensor. Moreover, a Barclays analyst revealed that the company will also integrate wireless charging capability. The Apple A11 processor expected to be equipped with the iPhone 8 will be smaller, faster and energy efficient.

With the launch of iPhone 8, you can say goodbye to LCD and welcome OLED. According to The Korea Herald, Apple has entered into a partnership with Samsung for the manufacture of 100 million 5.5-inch OLED display panels.

Furthermore, LG is tipped to supply Apple with 3D camera sensors, which will find place in the premium variant of iPhone 8. You will be able to recognize real-world objects and make use of augmented reality technology.

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Apple iPhone 8 will be an awesome phone to explore. Check out the Infographic given below.

iPhone 8

Please share your comments and suggestions about the upcoming iPhone 8 and also about the above Infographic.

Source (Repairly)

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