According to sources based in Taiwan, Japanese blog Macotakara states that Apple will start taking pre-orders for all three iPhone models starting September 15, but the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be shipped earlier to customers.
Touch ID won't be part of the redesigned iPhone that Apple introduces next week, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The iPhone 8, set to completely reinvent the way that the world views smartphones, is expected to have an immediate and powerful impact on the smartphone industry, and is likely to be launched next week.
Although Apple is reportedly working with LG Display to produce OLED screens for its flagship smartphone in the future, a new report from Bloomberg said that the Cupertino tech giant can not move beyond Samsung "until at least 2019". Dubbed to be called iPhone 8, a recent report in Wall Street Journal claims that Apple will launch the smartphone on September 12.
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Apple's September 12 event is nearly upon us and that is why we talk about everything we expect the company to announce during the keynote.
The iPhone 8 is going to feature either the Qi or Airfuel charging techniques.
So after doing some basic calculations and comparison, Apple has mostly opened up pre-orders for new iPhone models on the Friday following its special media event. The display is expected to be bezel-less with the highest screen to body ratio ever to be found on a smartphone.
Apple might place the fingerprint sensor under the screen or in the rear panel.
One interesting detail: Kuo forecasts that Canon Tokki is the sole provider of critical "evaporation equipments" to Samsung, as Bloomberg previously reported. It's highly unlikely Apple will just rely on facial recognition, regardless of how better it is than others.