Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Red iPhone 8 leaks via a short video clip

Speculation surrounding what's next in the pipeline starts right after Apple holds its biggest event on September 12 event ever year. Most Apple devices, which run on the iOS, tvOS, and MacOS platforms, will be able to live stream the show.

Leaked information suggests its display will extend to all edges of the device, eliminating the exterior gap that now surrounds the screen, Liedtke wrote.

High on the list of anticipated products in the iPhone 8. For the first time this event will take place in the new Steve Jobs Auditorium all a part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the first iPhone.

For Apple watchers, seeing how this world-changing gadget is holding up after a decade will be vital viewing.

The company has historically priced its products at a premium to other tech firms and, to Apple's credit, vast numbers of consumers are willing to shell out extra cash just for the brand recognition. Previously, the new OLED device was said to be called either the iPhone 8 or the iPhone Edition, while the LCD devices had been expected to be named the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.

In India, the iPhone 8 is expected to arrive before Diwali which is on October 19 and rumour has it the phone will cost Rs 100,000. Sources are also reporting that a new Apple watch with "cellular capabilities", and a 4K television will also be revealed.

Not surprisingly, the iPhone X will be Apple's most impressive phone yet with a 5.8-inch glass screen over the entire front of the phone.

Apple TV users on 2nd or 3rd generation devices with software 6.2 or later and Apple TV 4th generation users can also stream the event straight on their television screens.

The phone is also tipped to include a do not disturb while driving feature which will reportedly switch off notifications automatically when you get in the vehicle, helping you focus on the road and not on your phone.

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