Apple Iphone 8 Release Date Delayed till September 2017

Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 flagship is expected to boast a laundry list of next-generation technologies, including a massive 5.8-inch OLED display, wireless charging, and advanced facial recognition enhanced by 3D imaging technology.

Credit: Charnsitr/ShutterstockAssuming Apple goes through with the edge-to-edge screen everyone's expecting for the iPhone 8 - something smartphone makers like LG and Samsung have already pulled off with the G6 and Galaxy S8, respectively - that means finding a new home for the Touch ID sensor, which resides under the home button on current iPhone models. Apparently, the company has so many loyalists who are waiting to upgrade to the first truly new iPhone since it has never had such since 2015. The presence of the issue had been known for a considerable length of time, but Apple had declined to acknowledge the issue or offer any arrangement past its standard out-of-guarantee substitution benefit that comes with the warranty that comes with a brand new iPhone 6 Plus.




However, in a research note posted by MacRumors, Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri says that Apple is running into roadblocks moving the fingerprint sensor under the iPhone 8's front display.

Talking about the iPhone 8's 3D sensing capabilities Needham & Co. analyst Rajvindra Gill said, "While we note that a delay is possible we believe it is more likely that Apple will announce the iPhone 8 on time with shipments available in October / November". Currently, the most expensive model of the iPhone 7 configured with 256GB of internal storage costs £919. The report added that Apple could sell as many as 90 million iPhones in the last three months of 2017. This would make iPhone 8 look very similar to the iPhone 4s. The iPhone 8 will reportedly be cheaper in the United Kingdom than previously thought. This is expected to upgrade sales of the new iPhone 8 once it is officially put on sale.

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