The latest iPhone 8 is coming soon! Here's what to expect from this new Apple flagship smartphone this year.
One of the much-anticipated smartphone releases these year is Apple's latest flagship smartphone, the iPhone 8. Early speculations have it that this new iPhone will most likely be deemed among the most impressive smartphones Apple has ever built. Read on to find out why and what other things to expect from the latest upcoming iOS device.
Expected Design Features
The iPhone 8 purportedly sports glass panels on the front and rear, a curved border-less OLED display without a physical Home button. It will feature an overhauled 5.8-inch display, making it look much wider and longer. The physical Home button will no longer be present as it will be replaced with virtual inputs just like that of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Users should expect a higher screen resolution and more detailed than any previous iPhones. This is made possible with the use of OLED panels, which offers a huge step-up from the LCD units widely used in several modern devices.
A number of exciting new features are also schemed for the iPhone 8 for users to make the most of the phone's amazing new display. Among the expected new features include new 3D sensitive features that will allow users to open the phone with a scan of their face, adding extra layer of security. It can also be used to authorize payments made through Apple Pay. Furthermore, users would be able to have better phone call experience as the new technology replaces the proximity sensors currently used to tell when the iPhone is being held near your ear.
All these and more new promising features will finally be unveiled on the official launching later this year between September and October.
Latest news however claimed that Apple fanatics may have to wait a little longer to get hold of the new iPhone 8, as the company seeks to integrate even more features on it. Originally, it is expected to be officially released in September but recent reports have claimed that the new iPhone may not be rolled out until October or even November of this year.