Apple will reportedly ditch Lightning port in the upcoming iPhone 8 and will replace with USB Type-C port. According to reports, the alleged iPhone 8 will not ship with a lightning port. Instead, it will ship with USB Type-C port not only for charging and data syncing but also for audio. If rumors are to be believed, you can expect a smartphone similar to that of the LeEco Le 2, which also ships with the same port for both charging and audio.
We also have credible information that the iPhone 8 will not bear a physical home button. On the display front, you can expect integration of an OLED display. Based on reports, the Cupertino-based company had already placed orders with supply chain companies for the mass production of the iPhone 8.
Apple is gearing up to launch three models of iPhone in 2017. While the first two models will be same as iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the third variant will be a special anniversary edition with an improved design and premium specifications. You can expect the integration of a glass body and a flexible OLED display. Moreover, you can also expect a dedicated area with backlit keys for simplified navigation.
Rewinding back, Apple unveiled lightning port in 2012 after ditching the vintage 30-pin dock connector port found in iPod. We have an iPod, which we purchased in 2012 and it includes the retro port.
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