Apple's new iPhone is under production now!

  • Apple's new iPhone is under production now!

Apple's new iPhone is under production now!

If all goes according to plan, Apple in September will launch the iPhone 8 alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.

It expected Foxconn Technology Group, Pegatron Corp and Wistron Corp, the three design and manufacturing service companies assembling iPhone for Apple, will set new record in revenues in the third quarter of this year.

It is likely that the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will stick with a similar front and back design while the iPhone 8 will be an all-new device from Apple. And as previously rumored, it appears that the iPhone 8 will, in fact, feature a display that's about as big as the iPhone 7s Plus, albeit in a much more compact form factor. Market insiders expect the gen-next iPhone to be priced well above $1000, possibly touching $1200+. With 3D sensor's multi-functionality there are higher chances that there would be no Touch ID in the anniversary edition iPhone 8.

A new report from iDrop suggests the iPhone 8 will have a new, vertical camera.

Sorry to break it to those who were hoping to see it sooner, but on the bright side it is rumoured to be thinner and lighter, have a rounder face, new display design, cellular connectivity, built-in camera, brighter display, and a better battery life.

While quite unlikely, there's a possibility that the 6-inch panels could be used for a larger iPhone 7s Plus.

Whether this will be a standard feature of the phone, or part of iOS's growing list of accessibility settings primarily created to help users with disabilities, remains to be seen. The phone will be water resistant and dust resistant too. Recall, over the past few months we've seen quite a number of reports claiming that Apple's next-gen iPhone wouldn't hit store shelves until October at the earliest, or mid-November at the latest. "We are still awaiting Apple's final decision before shipping parts", a source told The Investor.

Another major feature which Apple CEO Tim Cook has been talking a lot about of late is that of the AR technologies.

The iPhone 8 will launch with two iterative iPhone models: the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus, rumors say.

The upcoming iPhone could also capture 240 fps video at 1080p, Rambo found.

According to the video, the iPhone 8 dummy unit has no Home button and no Touch ID as a effect.