This year, the launch of the iPhone is not only special for Apple fans, but also for all its creators. After all, 2017 is the tenth anniversary of Apple’s first iPhone – a gadget that marked the road to revolution in the mobile phone market and popularized it as the “smartphone” market instead.
Apple’s theory behind its products lies in a belief, a belief to deliver the “best, not the first”. In a statement to Bloomberg, Apple chief executive Tim Cook had said: “We do not feel impatient to be the first ones, it’s just that we’re now hard-wired, ours being the best and giving the user something that really makes a difference. In their lifes “. And that’s all Apple fans expect.
The phone is expected to set rivals to a level of perfection, but it may not be so innovative that Apple could become so. Like many other iconic smartphones, the iPhone 8 has also been a long-talked about a theme in the floating river of speculation.
In the range of filtered information appeared on the iPhone 8, the phone is confirmed to introduce some completely new technologies – not sported by other brands of smartphones, and some that already exists and could be seen by rivals as well.
One of these technologies includes OLED screen. Although the iPhone 8 will be Apple’s first smartphone to debut the screen technology, other smartphones like Galaxy S8, Motorola Z2 Force and OnePlus 5 already use it.
The design of almost the entire screen is present in the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the essential phone of Andy Rubin. Then the thinner bezels come in Galaxy S8, Essential Phone, and LG G6. In addition, the virtual home button, the iPhone 8 is known to come to, is there in Galaxy S8, Pixel, and essential phone. However, in the case of Apple iPhone 8 will be the first smartphone to incorporate a virtual home button.
Moreover, features including stainless steel rims and glass front and back on the iPhone 8 model will be taken from the old Apple iPhone models – iPhone 4 and 4s.
However, 3D facial recognition technology to unlock the phone in a few hundred milliseconds and make payments, an infrared sensor to allow in the dark facial recognition, a “smart camera” that will allow the device to detect a specific scene AND optimise The best picture setting and a reconfigured camera for enhanced augmented reality applications will be all new in the market, Bloomberg reported. In addition, the phone will be powered by Apple’s fastest A11 processor based on a 10nm chipset and will work with the company’s latest iOS 11 operating system.
However, all the above details will be confirmed the day of its launch.
The iPhone 8 will launch in September, but many industrialists argue that the device will not be released until October due to the low performance of the OLED display. For now, we can only hope.happy wheels
Apr 10, 2017 0