iPhone 8 is undoubtedly the most anticipated smartphone in the world. This year, Apple is expected to release a special device to celebrate ten years of iPhone. There have been a lot of rumors hinting at iPhone 8’s specs and compelling features. Users are expecting an iPhone with an overhauled look following the disappointing iPhone 7 and 7 Plus sporting nearly the same design as iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Apple has been long rumored to release three iPhone 8 models in September including a premium iPhone 8 with 5.8 inch OLED display, and two standard 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch models. According to latest sources, the rumored 5.8 inch iPhone 8 with OLED display will come with 3GB of RAM. That would put the new device in line with the current iPhone 7 Plus. Aside from 3GB of RAM, the new handset will come in two storage options, 64GB and 256GB.
Sources also say that the upcoming 5.5 inch iPhone 7s will feature 3GB of RAM and offer storage options up to 256GB. As for iPhone 8’s new feature, today’s report says that the new iPhone 8 will not feature a fully curved display due to production and drop test issues with 3D glass. Instead, Apple will continue to use the slightly curved 2.5D cover glass which has been used in the current iPhone models.
Reports said that Apple will remove the home button on this year’s iPhone, instead integrating the related functions into the display. Besides, the upcoming iPhone 8 is expected to feature 3D sensing technology that will be used for facial recognition and augmented reality features.
The premium iPhone 8 with cutting edge features and OLED display may cost users $1000 in the US, while the two standard 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch models are expected to carry the same price tag as the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
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