iPhone 8 Release Date, Specs: Apple 2017 Flagship Set To Arrive In September With 5.8-Inch AMOLED Screen And More
Many Apple fans are eagerly waiting for the company's confirmation about the iPhone 8 specs. But as of the moment, they can only rely with the rumored features of the next iteration of iPhone.
According to The Inquistr, the iPhone 7 features LCD but it was integrated a technology called DCI-P3. But with the iPhone 8, Apple Inc. will finally incorporate AMOLED on its screen. There are also speculations that Samsung will be the one to supply AMOLED panels for the Cupertino-based company's upcoming iPhone 8.
There are anticipations that Samsung Display will become the special supplier of AMOLED panels, which will be used by the 2017 iPhone 8. Additionally, Apple will launch 4.7-, 5.5-, and 5.8-inch new iPhone models in the second half of 2017.
Remarkably, the 4.7- and 5.5-inch variants will still arrive sporting the traditional iPhone LCD but the huge 5.8 version which is believed to be the flagship among three, will be the only variant to boast the AMOLED panel.
Based on some rumors, the iPhone 8 might be coming armed with AMOLED and bezel-less displays. This seems that lot of sources are verifying the information that iPhone 8 will set another bar for the smartphone industry. Assuredly, Apple might be really making some amazing stuff for its upcoming iPhone 8, since it will be the line's 10th year anniversary.
Aside from that, BGR stated on its article that there have been hearsays stating that iPhone 8 will feature a foldable display. This speculation arises after Apple, Google and Microsoft allegedly plan to acquire the foldable OLED display component from LG.
However, some source has learned that here will be no such design in 2017. This could mean that Samsung may not have any rival for its bendable Galaxy S8 that is expected to arrive this year.
When it comes with the release date, Apple's pattern in launching new iPhone isn't that hard to anticipate. The company's patrons can expect Apple to unveil the iPhone 8 sometime in early September 2017.