Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Overall market for upcoming new iPhone 8 will be rich by looking from new features, Design changes and Apple’s 10th anniversary. Here I conscious about 2017 iPhone model name will be iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in the rumors. I also clarify about new screen look and quality of material used in made touchscreen and internal configurations. See advance Benefits and look perfection from Apple designer team.
Comparison chart between iPhone 7 VS iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 Plus VS iPhone 8 Plus totally different so apple fan curious to know all about (Price, Look, Screen Type, Way to charge the battery) and use in 2017 release.
Roundup: 2017 iPhone 8 Design, OLED Display features, and Release Date
My first reviews on upcoming iPhone 8 in rumors I shown in below from that you can connect yourself and will be updated on confirmed news and title over here.
First time OLED screen, many advantages are behind this screen type. Give sharper picture quality; faster refresh rates, Consume low power energy, new technology unveiled by Samsung first time in mobile. It will be added in Mac, Macbook.
No headphone jack continue from iPhone 7/ 7 Plus
Curved Edgeless display
No Home button on Screen, Full face display (the Virtual home button that works like physical button)
Curved glass body iPhone 8/ 8 Plus
Size: 5.2-inch or 5.8 inch
Biometric Sensor for the Security makes easier and secure the device for different payment authentication.
Total Model-Based Different size, Specification: 3 Models
iPhone 8 Battery Capacity: 3000 Mah
RAM: 4 GBs
Camera: Record 4k Video using Dual LED Flash
Storage Capacity: 32/ 64 and 128GB
Roundup Approx Price: Basic Price $750 USD, $850 and $950 to $1100.
Short Answer is: iPhone 8 will be incredible Features, Stunning Performance, and pretty Awesome Look.
Release Date: 20 September 2017
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