The New iPhone 8 is About to be Revealed
Apple has an event scheduled for September 12th to reveal the new iPhone 8 and announce other products. This is the 10 year anniversary of the first iPhone. The headliner of the conference is always the iPhone reveal.
Every year Apple rolls out their new iPhone and this year is no different. A conference to announce all the new specs and features is in the works. On top of the iPhone announcement, Apple announces all their other innovative products they plan to release.
The reveal will have iPhone advocates discussing the new features and if they are good or bad. Not to mention, Apple usually sells out their phones weeks after the announcement.
Rumored New iPhone 8 Features
- 3 Display Sizes: In order to accommodate all the requests in the cell market Apple is going rumored to be releasing 3 different sizes: 4.7-inches, 5.5-inches and 5.8-inches.
- Larger/Better Display: The iPhone 8 to have a screen that will take up the entire front display. The phone will also utilize OLED panels that are brighter and will produce more colors than previous screens.
- No More Home Button: The home button is rumored to be disappearing and the fingerprint scan will be moved to the back of the phone.
- Facial Recognition: The front camera will feature revolutionary 3-D sensor that will support facial recognition and 3-D photographs.
How much will the new iPhone 8 cost?
The iPhone price has increased rather than costing the same over the years. iPhones have always been on the expensive side of the mobile phone market too. With all the new specs added to each phone and the technology upgrades, the iPhone 8 is no different.
The new iPhone 8 is rumored to START at $1,000 USD. There’s no solid information on what the low-end iPhone 8 will consist of. Also, how much of a price increase it will be for other models.
What do you think about the rumored new iPhone 8 features? Are you going to be one of the first iPhone 8 users? Let us know in the comments!
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