IPhone 8 phone design

Posted May 22, 2017

No one can ever accuse Apple of selling cheap phones, but as expensive as its iPhones have been in the past, it seems the gadget's newest incarnation will be the priciest yet.

As for anyone curious regarding the redesigned iPhone 8, we recently posted exclusive images of what the final iPhone 8 design will likely look like.

The source also leaks the alleged back of an iPhone 8 dummy that also shows the vertical dual-lens rear camera setup. If most of these frames it does not, then you can easily count on all the 5.2 or even 5.3 inches, but in this regard, no specifics there. The dual-cameras on the Apple iPhone 7s Plus will stay in the same spot and orientation as seen on the iPhone 7 Plus.

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Regarding the reasons behind the rumored delay, there have been rumblings that Apple has seen poor yields when manufacturing the iPhone 8's advanced OLED display.

Rumor mills are abuzz about 2017-Apple flagship devices. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S8, wherein the fingerprint sensor is located on the back, we are hoping Apple will be able to integrate it with the front panel itself. That includes the Apple iPhone 7s, Apple iPhone 7s Plus and the 10th anniversary edition dubbed the Apple iPhone 8.

Very expensive is the upcoming iPhone device.

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Looking at the pricing above, the iPhone 8's pricier retail price doesn't seem outlandish. It is expected to feature and edge-to-edge OLED display. Apple has accepted the quote and analysts at Morgan Stanley's Greater China Technology Research observes that they " have not yet seen delays in the supply chain and still expect new iPhone production to start on time for most of the components (including OLED)".

The OLED display requires a separate protective glass that's bonded on the front and back of a device, according to MacRumors.

However, the source goes on to claim that Apple is willing to take a hit on the 3D Touch sensors, absorbing the costs rather than passing them onto consumers. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to unveil the iPhone 8 in September alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. Secondly, Apple's joining of the Wireless Power Consortium suggests it is sticking to the "Qi" wireless charging standard for now.

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