IPhone 8 will be all screen in the front

Posted April 18, 2017

Further, as per Brian White (analyst), the 5.8-inch iPhone 8 will be available for pre-orders along with the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone devices, however, the availability of the 5.8-inch variant is likely to happen sometime in October-November.

Apple Inc. may have issues with its optical fingerprint sensing functionality, Pacific Crest analysts said Monday, citing conversations with suppliers.

According to the report, a leaked patent talks about shock absorbers that will work on sensors and safeguard the device as it senses it falling from a height. Rumors have dubbed the premium variant of this year's flagship "iPhone 8", and Apple is reportedly pursuing a number of ground-breaking innovative features this year with the OLED display, like an embedded fingerprint scanner, camera, and sensors in the display that could also be slightly curved.

The iPhone 8 may come housed with a dual-camera setup, but vertically-oriented, unlike the iPhone 7 Plus. So now when the rumor mill is suggesting us that iPhone 8 release is nearly confirmed for September 2017, here's what Apple iPhone users want to see in the upcoming device. The iPhone 8 release is expected to bring 3GB RAM for all of its models.

Another clue is that, according to 9to5Mac, Foxconn, a Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturing company, has not shared as many leaks as it normally does around this time of year.

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However, it is also believed that Apple will still go on with the event it holds every September, where it could just unveil the device - but hold off on the official launch.

Even if Apple were to solve that problem, there's still the huge issue of convenience, particularly vis-a-vis Apple Pay (a point that Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri briefly mentioned in his own note discussing Apple's Touch ID woes).

As a side note, SK hynix is also in the bidding for Toshiba to strengthen their business with Apple. Addition of such features will surely add a great sense of safety and security to the user experience. Hargreaves suggested that, at least for Apple, the technology "has not been qualified".

It's no surprise that Apple will launch an iPhone 8 this year. Wall Street Journal in fact supported this fact, but later the claims were dismantled by many other publications.

In any case, investors have already been warned about a possible delay, so the bad news is probably already baked into Apple stock. Additionally, Apple iPhone 8 is expected to feature better water resistance capacity.