The Apple’s iconic flagship smartphone will take things to the next stage once the impending iPhone 8 is officially released later this year.
The Apple iPhone 8 is rumored to feature a sleek new redesign with an edge-to-edge screen display. With that being said, the iPhone 8 will likely propel the largest and most significant upgrade cycle the technology company has seen yet.
Seeing as how the iPhone form factor design has more or less remained unchanged since the 2014 release of the iPhone 6, the current iPhone owners have been rooting for something new and different for years now.
As for anyone curious regarding the redesigned iPhone 8, we recently posted exclusive images of what the final iPhone 8 design will likely look like.
With the excitement for the upcoming iPhone 8 building with each passing day, there have been a few nerve-racking reports claiming that the smartphone might be subject to notable delays. In fact, a handful of reports have even said that Cupertino-based tech titan might push back the iPhone 8 release date all the way to 11th month of the year. Even some of the more optimistic speculations we’ve seen have said that the device might not be released until October.
The reasons behind the delay is that there have been roar that the firm has seen poor yields when manufacturing the iPhone 8’s advanced OLED touchscreen display. Moreover, there have been manifestations that a number of Apple’s partners responsible for supplying some of the iPhone 8’s more advanced technology modules that won’t be able to supply the Apple’s demand in time for a September launch.
According to Morgan Stanley’s Greater China Technology Research, the research firm claimed that the Apple iPhone 8 release date will be during a normal time frame, which is to say that the smartphone will likely be released sometime in mid-late September. Morgan Stanley relays that it has found no evidence of ongoing production dilemmas or delays in Apple’s supply chain.