Unhappily, the new iPhone 7s won’t have one of the best specs of iPhone 8

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Unhappily, the new iPhone 7s won't have one of the best specs of iPhone 8Apple has planned to launch three new iPhones this year including iPhone 8, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The ‘iPhone Edition’ consisting of iPhone 8 will show new interesting features like an all-screen design, a curved AMOLED display, unusual vertical dual rear-facing camera, a fingerprint sensor placed just below the glass and the faster 10nm A-series predecessors. While on the other side iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will be less impressive. It will cut off some of the basic design of the predecessors, including the old home. The iPhone series releasing in 2017 will be losing an important feature of iPhone 8.

Apple will be releasing many products this year including the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s, MacBook Pro, iMac, the HomePod speaker, MacBook Air and Apple’s AR glasses. The release date of iPhone 8 is still not confirmed but most probably it will be coming in the market in the month of September this year. Apple will be celebrating its 10th anniversary since the firm launched its first smartphone in September 10 years ago.  However, the stock will be very less initially as the production will be delayed due to issues with its Touch ID sensor.

If rumors are to be believed, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be made up of heavy aluminum metal instead of glass supporting wireless charging. Enabling wireless charging is the main reason behind making iPhone 8 with aluminum shells because aluminum cases won’t work well without wireless charging.

The next two iPhones would be launched in the second half of the year. The new MacBook’s of iPhones would be more expensive next as compared to this year’s release. The approximate price of the highest-spec model will be the more than $1,000.

Here are some of the rumored specifications of iPhone 8:

5.8in 2.5D OLED edge-to-edge display

Wireless charging support

Rear-facing Touch ID sensor

Vertical dual cameras on rear

Apple A11 chip

Face-scanning technology

 

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