With iPhone celebrating its 10 years, users have eagerly been waiting for its ‘revolutionary’ device. However, if the latest rumours are to be believed, we may have to wait till 2018 for the new iPhone 8. Here’s all you need to know about the latest rumours of iPhone 8.
Though the initial launch date was September 2017, according to latest reports, Apple is struggling hard to develop two major features for iPhone 8. It is expected that this can delay the launch by at least two months. Further, with reports of production delay with the OLED screen, getting hold of the iPhone anytime in 2017 seems to be tricky.
Bottomline- Apple can launch iPhone 8 in September as per initial plans, but with some potential problems.
UK Price: According to USB analyst Steven Milunovich, the 64GB iPhone 8 can cost up to £666.67 pounds while the 256GB can be the first iPhone to jump up to £784.31 pounds. However, with additional taxes, those prices can be approximately around £849 and £999.
Specifications And Features
Display: With a size of 5.8 inches, the iPhone 8 is set to have a resolution of 2800 × 1242 pixels. One of its key elements is that it will have OLED technology rather than the IPS tech Apple.
- Primary camera: 12 MP with a dual tone flash
- Secondary camera: 7 MP
- Video recording: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, 720p@240fps.
Memory: Though the device will have no card slots, it will have internal Storages of 32/128/256 GB with a 3GB RAM.
Platform: It is set to have a Quad-core processor along with an OS of iOS 11 and Apple A11 chipset.
Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion battery
Colours: Other than the existing colours of Silver, Black, Jet Black, Gold and Rose Gold, iPhone 8 may even be available in Red.