A Redesigned iPhone 8 Set for Debut Later This Year

Dora Pope
April 28, 2017

In other words, where the 6s was picking up steam at the same point in 2016, the 7 is losing it. As long as the iPhone 7 successor lives up to the publicity, adding that there are patrons who are wishing to obtain one on their hands, they might be obliged to wait until the first quarter of 2018.

For example, a white ceramic iPhone 8 isn't likely to be on Apple's design direction this year. There is a handsome amount of time until we witness Apple dropping the curtains off the next iPhone but the rumour world is doing its rounds on regular basis. "The large-format Plus models accounted for 41% of total sales, a steady increase since the launch of the original Plus model in 2015". Of these three phones, the two will be the successor to the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, with the big screen in the Plus version being the major differentiator. With Apple keeping mum about what it has in store for the new handset, rumors and leaks have been circulating, the latest one reported showing images of an iPhone 8 prototype.

Apple's new patent suggest a number of techniques to extend that range, according to reports in Apple Insider.

Some of these dummy models include a rear-mounted Touch ID fingerprint sensor, others include one embedded beneath the display. Regardless, the internet is flipping out today thinking the still unannounced iPhone 8's wireless charging rumor has been confirmed. "With only 10 percent of 7 and 7 Plus buyers switching from an Android phone, now 3-6 months after the launch of those models in September 2016, we see how the premiere iPhone models sell mostly to the installed base of iPhone owners".

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According to the technical drawing, Apple will hide dual front-facing cameras beneath the display.

The image, which was shared on Twitter by leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer, also shows a dual camera lens with a vertical set-up. Instead of using a standard wireless charging pad or dock, power to your iPhone would be transferred over the air all over your house. Imagine never having to worry about the charge of your phone as long as you're inside yor home - it sounds nearly too good to be true.

Apple was recently granted a patent for a system equipped to harness the wireless signals emitted by routers to charge electronic devices.

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