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What You’ll Want to Know About the iPhone 8


It’s that time of year again and the billion dollar question still remains: Will Apple be ready to deliver its newest gadget by September?

Apple has not only confirmed its planning on the iPhone 8 (iPhone X), but also its new operating system, iOS 11. Although this sounds like good news, there are a few downfalls with the upcoming iPhone. With so many new expected advances it’s possible that the new iPhone could be delayed from a typical September launch date to October or even as late as November. This is due to the new screen technology called organic light-emitting diode (OLED). In addition to that Apple is ending the production of the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C and iPad 4th generation, all these devices only have 32-bit processors. With the upcoming 64-bit processor there is no point in keeping these old devices around. Not only will these devices become extinct, but any 32-bit apps are being ditched.

“Apple won’t even allow users of newer iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch to use them when restoring devices. So if your iPhone 7 still uses a beloved legacy 32-bit app then know if you ever restore or replace/upgrade your iPhone in the future the app will be missing.”

But on the plus side, dropping these 32-bit products will allow apple to refocus their resources elsewhere. I think customers might also be a bit shocked to see that the price of this iPhone is going to range anywhere between $850 and $1,099.

Since we are all so eager to hear about some of the new features that could pop up…

  • There is a new dual rear camera with vertical alignment
  • Dual-lens camera, possibly in a vertical configuration and/or with AR capabilities
  • Facial Recognition
  • Edge-to-edge OLED display with True Tone technology
  • There will be Facial Detection and a Retina Scanner
  • ID capacitive touch module has been replaced
  • The aluminum unibody is replaced by “composite glass”
  • There’s wireless charging via a rear panel
  • It will again be “water resistant”
  • Support for the Apple Pencil
  • Higher quality earpiece for louder, clearer audio

Apple’s next-generation processor (the A10X or A11)iDrop-News-Exclusive-iPhone-8-Image-3




June 17, 2017

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