Apple is reported to announce its latest iPhone 8 along with iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus on September 12. The company is also planning to introduce a new 512GB storage variant for the upcoming iPhone.
According to a French new site, Mac4Ever, the company will launch all the three smartphones on the said date. The report also highlights that the iPhone 8 is expected to go on sale on September 22. However, there is no official word about it so we suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt. If we company’s past record, then it September is the month when it unveils its next generation iPhone devices.
But, if we go with some previous reports, the company is facing many supply issues, which is hindering the launch of the upcoming smartphone. Meanwhile, a new leak from a Chinese tipster GeekBar, the iPhone 8 is tipped to come with a new 512GB of storage variant. The phone is already reported to come with 64GB and 256GB of storage variants. Further, the tipster claims that the company could use different flash storages. The 64GB and 256GB flash drives could be manufactured by Toshiba and Scandisk, while the 512GB could be made by Samsung and Hynix.
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Previously, a leaked render showed the front of the device in full glory. The leaked image was shared by a renowned tipster, Evan Blass, which shows the device in a case. The front of the device sports a bezel-less display, which seems to have almost no bezels on both the sides and there is minimum bezels at the top and bottom of the device.
The company is reported to induce the Touch ID sensor under the display, however, if a recent report is believed to be true, the company is facing some major problems while doing so. The brand is reported to move the Touch ID sensor at the back panel.