Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

IPhone 8 Handsets To Come With 3GB Of RAM, Faster Charging

IPhone 8 Handsets To Come With 3GB Of RAM, Faster Charging

While we are nowhere close to the launch of the new iPhones, we already have a lot of rumors and leaks to feast our eyes with.

In the drawing we can see an iPhone but with minimal bezels on the left and right sides of the screen. Different rumors have been revolving about its design after the Apple's assertion of a complete change of design. The report suggested that this insider is nearly certain that Apple will delay the release of iPhone 8.

Apple is facing challenges integrating a fingerprint sensor into a home-screen, industry reports claim.

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Recently we came across an update that Apple has made a decision to use its own AuthenTec Algorithm that is combined with Privaris glass identification technology for the upcoming fingerprint ID solution. What features do you expect on Apple's tenth-anniversary iPhone?

One is said to involve ditching Touch ID in favour of iris and facial recognition, something Arcuri says remains unlikely. But it will not be user-friendly. This could mean that you could unlock your phone by just staring at it. The third solution would be to delay production of the iPhone 8, but still announce the device this fall alongside the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.

Some of these details are ones we've heard before, particularly with the Touch ID being stored beneath the display. However, the release date of the anticipated iPhone 8 might be delayed due to 3D sensing technology issues. Gill said Apple might drop the feature from the iPhone 8, and introduce it with the 2018 iPhone 8S. Apple's new iPhone is expected to employ 3-D sensors to take advantage of new augmented reality technology. Despite the delays, there is some good news about the next flagship smartphone from Apple.

However, a number of rumours have cropped up over the last few months, suggesting significant shifts in Apple's design format, the company's flirtations with VR/AR capabilities, pricing of future iPhones.

It's not rare for a smartphone maker to experience manufacturing issues. It seems that the two versions include a "Plan A" design that sports key features and a "Plan B" fail-safe, which Apple will revert to if Plan A is botched. The tech company is expected to release an update to the iPhone 7 line, which will likely be called the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, as well as the iPhone 8. An excerpt about the iPhone 8 says: "extended battery life with two packs of batteries". Dropping the key features may disappoint Apple fans.

Whether we'll actually see such an arrangement on the so-called "iPhone 8" is unknown. As opposed to the usual horizontal arrangement, Apple has, apparently, chosen to go with a vertical one.

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