However, with good news comes bad news, as it appears that the iPhone 8 will only be offered in three colors, and the popular rose gold option is not included among them. However, and not particularly surprising - given that it should be quite hard to manufacture - Kuo reportedly says Apple won't ship the premium OLED iPhone in very large numbers during the third quarter of the year.
Rambo also found suggestions in the code of the HomePod firmware that the next iPhone will be able to recognise when you're looking at it and mute notifications. This came as an astonishment as the primary breaks of iPhone 8 recommended inbuilt unique mark sensor on screen. Today, more details for the iPhone 8 have surfaced online.
The earlier start of mass production for the iPhone 8 means that Apple will likely announce the premium smartphone beside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in September, with all three devices to launch on the same date. In any case, the new releases affirmed the following iPhone's plan which is taking the track of Android in the Operating System's interface. The hype is so electric that people tend to neglect its launch mates, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus. This time however, Apple is finally expected to introduce the feature. This technology codenamed "Pearl ID" should replace the Touch ID sensor altogether. Furthermore, photos of the iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7s Plus have emerged as well giving us a better idea about their designs.
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One of the interesting characteristics of this year's iPhone 8 rumors has been the unpredictability generated by contradicting rumors and speculations regarding exactly how the next-iteration iPhone will take shape, though many of those skepticism are starting to vanish now.
Its indicator can also be hidden meaning that apps running in full-screen won't have a virtual home button to distract users with. Some reports say it'll be embedded in the display glass while other say the sensor will move to the back of the phone. The latest findings focuses on the device's hue.
While Apple is yet to reveal, or accidentally leak, any of this information, we must turn to the ever-faithful render designers.