2017 Apple iPhone 8 Latest Update: Apple Need To Introduce Bezel-Less On iPhone 8 As Samsung Is Taking Over The Smartphone Kingdom
The iPhone 8 will mark the 10th anniversary of Apple smartphones. However, Apple might need to introduce Bezel-Less on iPhone 8 as Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are selling better than expected thanks to the superb design.
Apple Need To Introduce Bezel-Less On iPhone 8
Ming-Chi Kuo, a trusted name in the murky world of leaks and rumors, talked about the early reception of Samsung Galaxy S8. He claimed that the bezel-less design has helped the Samsung company get a better reaction than expected, according to WCCF Tech.
Hence, Kuo noted that KGI has increased 2017 shipment predictions by 10 million units. The analyst believes this positive reception is largely due to the full-screen design that has offset concerns over a back-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Apple is also expected to introduce a bezel-less design with iPhone 8 as a massive design overhaul for iPhone. However, it isn't clear whether Apple will also consider fitting a rear-facing Touch ID especially after seeing negative feedback on this particular design choice made by Samsung for Galaxy S8.
What Are The New Features Of The Upcoming iPhone 8?
Isports Times reported that the upcoming iPhone 8 packs a 5.5-inch QHD, dual edge display. The phone also features with 128GB of built-in memory, 4GB of RAM, a 24-megapixel rear facing the camera and a 13-megapixel front facing one.
The most interesting feature of the iPhone 8 is the fact that the device packs a monstrous 4,000mAh battery. It also comes with wireless charging, a waterproof design, and dust resistance.
How Much Will The iPhone 8 Cost?
According to the latest report by Express, when it does arrive on UK counters, the iPhone 8 might be cheaper than previously thought. There were a number of reports that suggested the Apple iPhone 8 would cost upwards of $1,000, roughly £800.
The iPhone 8 will likely cost customers between $850 and $900 for a model with 64GB of storage as it might launch in September, according to new investors note from analyst firm UBS. An analyst note said: "the Apple is about mainstream luxury, so a $1,000 phone seems less likely."
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