The day has finally come for all the iPhones lovers, fans waiting desperately for the next big thing to happen with iPhone. The technology giant is all likely to unveil to the world the next generation of one of the most successful smartphone ever made in this world – iPhone 8.
The event is likely to take place at the new Steve Jobs theatre and it is expected that Apple will bring to light iPhone 8, rumours and leaks of which has flooded the technology news industry.
Several leaks and insiders information suggest that the company is set to launch two new versions of iPhone 8, new apple watch, new 4K Apple TV and a very high end version of Smartphone called iPhone X.
People can watch the event using Apple’s live stream which is available via the dedicated Apple Events app on Apple TV, Safari on Mac or iOS, or the Windows Edge browser on PC.
The event will kick off around 10AM in San Francisco, 3PM in New York and around 11PM in India.
While a lot has been already said how the new iPhone would look like and what kind features will it bring, let’s get a sight of what is most likely to come on board.
- Bezels design with end to end display
- OLED display
- Virtual home button
- Touch volume rockers
- Wireless charging
- 3D facial recognition sensors
- Dispaly size: 4.7 – 5.5 inch
- New iOS 11
- A 11 processor
Leaks have suggested that iPhone 8 is all set to make a big dent on your savings as the new phone could possibly be priced around $1000 and iPhone X $1500. But with price comes the quality which Apple has proved every time with its products.
Let’s check some of the leaked design videos that are doing the rounds on internet that gives us a inch closer idea of how the new iPhone would look like.
According to some unconfirmed reports, the launch of iPhone 8 can be postponed to September 22 or September 23. However, invites for today’s event (September 12) have already been circulated to the concerned invitees, the probability for a mega launch is all likely to happen today.
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