For assembly plants, July is the usual yearly mass production time for new models of smart phones; however, now the yields of the two main iPhone manufacturers, Foxconn and Pegatron, are still not up to standard. Based on this information, users can expect Apple to release an iPhone 8 with a 5.8-inch AMOLED display which nearly completely eliminates the chunky bezels of previous iPhones, notes the report. That's about 1-2 months later than normal.
Apple "is now leasing it to suppliers, hoping to secure a stable flow of parts for this fall's 'iPhone 8, ' says the report".
The new iPhone 8 is unlikely to arrive in shops until November or even December, the latest report from Apple's Chinese production line claims.
The report claims mass production of the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will begin in August, four to eight weeks behind Apple's usual schedule. It will be long and house a 5.8-inch display with a "cutout at the top for the front facing camera and sensors", said the report. He also notes that despite some manufacturing and technical problems Apple had been having with the iPhone 8, fans of the iPhone can rest easy knowing that Apple is not falling back on a Plan B of sorts-it is sticking with its original design. If you don't speak tech, these discoveries in layman's terms "confirm" that the 10th-anniversary product release is going to be worth the wait.
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Apple typically unveils its new iPhones in September and that's expected to continue this year.
Despite all the troubles that Apple is reportedly going through for the iPhone 8, there is no assurance that the smartphone will be able to live up to the massive hype that it has generated. While 2-dimensional renders are nice, it's now time to check on Apple's upcoming new iPhone 8 in 3D. Or have they? Some rumors were suggesting that Apple was struggling to get the Touch ID sensor to work quickly and reliably after being moved to its new location.
Reuters/Beck DiefenbachThe Apple iPhone7 and AirPods are displayed during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 7, 2016.