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. Evan Blass, known as @evleaks on Twitter, had also posted a leaked image of the iPhone 8 showing a display with no home button, and a full display. Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has previously been a reliable source of Apple information, says that the company won't release a rose gold iPhone 8.
The 10th anniversary Apple smartphone, iPhone 8, is designed with an infrared face unlock system that will work in the dark. While the iPhone 8 is going to launch alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, the analyst states that the flagship is going to be sold in limited quantities.
Coming to the smaller devices, Kuo is expecting Apple to manufacture around 38 million iPhone 7s units and 20 million iPhone 7s Plus devices. Both of these phones are said to already be in mass production, and they will be available in the three aforementioned colors. This could mean availability delays for the iPhone 8 in worldwide markets.
The iPhone 8 is a very important phone for Apple considering that it will mark the ten years of the iPhone.
The new specifics about the feature follow a bevy of other iPhone 8 details found in HomePod firmware code last week. The design on the display is nearly identical to some of the earlier leaks and is quite likely to be the final design on the iPhone 8 as well.
Though all new features and components will add to the iPhone 8 price, there are certain parts that will be far more expensive than the others. The iPhone 8 will be the first iPhone ever made to employ an OLED panel instead of an LCD display. Interestingly, recent reports indicate that the iPhone 8's facial recognition feature will even be able to identify users when the device is laying flat on a table. We will know more once the phone is officially announced next month.