As for other iPhone 8 features we can expect to see, Apple's next-gen device will likely incorporate a new wireless charging feature. Although there is still no confirmation from the Cupertino-based technology company firm about the launch, a new report from The Wall Street Journal now re-confirms the date. Still, it fits in line with the annual pattern, so it's more a matter of when rather than if at this point anyway. Notwithstanding the new iPhone, Apple likewise is required to discharge another Apple TV with 4K HDR bolster. Not only will we be seeing an iPhone 7s but there will be a new third-tier iPhone, featuring a complete redesign, ranging from the display to the build materials.
Apple have high hopes for the iPhone 8 after sales have slowed globally in the last couple of years - mainly due to the fact that they have looked too similar to previous models. The report added that on all the sides, it would also reduce bezel sizes to just 4 mm and feature a vertically aligned rear camera.
The company has not confirmed the event up to now and hence invites are pending. So, Apple might not be able to release the iPhone 8 in September. The iPhone 8 pre-orders should open on September 15th at midnight Pacific Time.
Plus there is also the usual iPhone refreshes coming our way, which makes for the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus variants which would be a further development over the iPhone 7 variants launched a year ago. Probably the most expensive iPhone ever.
Apple has held a product event in September for five consecutive years, dating back to the introduction of the iPhone 5 in 2012.
The latest iPhone 8 leak comes in the form of a photo showing what claims to be smartphone's motherboard.
Apple is expected to unveil a total of three devices on this upcoming date, including the S versions of both, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7.