What To Expect From Apple iPhone 8 Six Months From Now

Apple iPhone 8

Apple iPhone 8

The other night I was jacked in, booted up, waiting to be amazed by the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus, and I was, by the new flagship phone of 2017 by Samsung. So I know what it feels like to be waiting for the new iPhone when it comes to the Apple fanatics. Apple is confirmed to be launching their iPhone 8 and not as 7s. It would not be wrong to expect a major upgrade in the design and specifications of the new iPhone 8.

What To Expect

Since Galaxy S8 has just been announced, a lot more can be expected from Apple to provide in the iPhone 8 as a part of its specifications as well as its design, which has never been offered in an iPhone before. We can talk about the almost bezel-less body and a way larger screen size. And since Samsung has gotten rid of the home button on its S8 device, Apple can surely be expected to do the same. After all these big brothers go hand in hand when it comes to competition. Upon doing this, Apple might have the fingerprint sensor embedded in the display which, mentioning again is to be expected to run from edge to edge.

Other expected features can include wireless charging which is something that has become a norm for the Samsung phones. iOS 11 is surely going to be on the new device. I’m not really sure about the capacity of the battery but they don’t really need to build up on that one since iPhone has never given anyone a chance to complain about in on those grounds. As far as the design goes, they are going to stick with the wireless ear pods for now. They haven’t gotten a bit old yet as compared to a decade of wired earphones.


For now, I would say that every rumor around Apple iPhone 8 could be relied upon to some extent. Apple sure is going for a big upgrade this time on its 10th anniversary of the iPhone. The iPhone 8 is expected to roll out in the fall of 2017, about 6 months from now. Rumors indicate Apple is going to set the price higher this time around.  This may be a move to control the sudden levels of demand. With that said, it surely is going to be a fierce competition between the two giants.

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Author: Ayesha Siddique is a mechanical engineering student currently in her junior year. She has an obsession for automobiles and makeup.
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