iphone 8 to sport 5.8-inch oled display, mass production to begin september: reports
This time, however, rumors have reiterated what the other reports have claimed in the past --
Apple will launch three models this year: iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.
In addition, according to a report from Nikkei Asia Review, mass production of the iPhone 8 will begin on the 7 th. 8-
The other two smartphones will feature regular LCD screens that Apple has been using in the past.
With the use of OLED displays and the introduction of another large display
After screening the iPhone, the Nikkei claims that the average price of the iPhone will exceed the current nearly $700 --mark (roughly Rs. 42,800).
Other details are not mentioned in the publication, but as we have mentioned, the report is consistent with previous statements.
Despite the large size of the display, the iPhone 8-
This is also called iPhone X, thanks to 10-
First anniversary of smartphone-
It is said to be roughly the same size as number 4. 7-inch iPhone 7.
This is because it is said that the bezel of the smartphone is very small and the Home button is removed.
Ming, an analyst at KGI Securities, made the statement for the first time, and several reports agreed. Chu Kuo.
Guo said that in five people. 8-
Inch display, only 5. 15-
Inches can be used.
The rest of the space will have a \"ribbon\" to mimic features like the Home button.
Several reports also claim that the iPhone 8 will be the company\'s most expensive smartphone so far, selling for about $1,000 (roughly Rs. 66,800)
For the base model.
Other wireless charging for iPhone 8, USB-
C. Fast charging, improved Touch ID, improved 3D Touch, iris scanner, augmented reality (AR)
Glass back, and more.
Reports say the iPhone 8 will begin mass production in September.
According to Digitimes, Apple has completely redesigned the 5 fingerprint identification solution. 8-
OLED displaybased iPhone 8.
Cupertino giants, it is said, did not use Qualcomm or Synaptics\'s technology, but instead used the Authentec algorithm and Privaris glass identification technology in their \"built-in\"
Fingerprint sensor \".
The report added that the fingerprint solution, combined with the ultrasonic authentication system, points to the use of the fingerprint sensor embedded in the Monitor.
The report also added that the Home button has been deleted.
This sophisticated technology has reportedly led to delays in production, delaying mass production until September.
This means that October will be the first day of the iPhone 8 launch.
On the other hand, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus, along with their traditional LCD display, are said to have entered mass production in a more traditional July schedule.