Apple iPhone 8, what comes?
It would be an important milestone on the way to the iPhone 8, which is expected for September. According to a report, Apple’s supplier TSMC will start production of 50 million A11 chips in April, which will drive the group’s new flagship. By the end of the year, 100 million processors will be delivered. Keeping the rumored kitchen right, these are not the only new components of the iPhone 8.
If these figures are right, Apple compares to the previous year’s models (iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus) with a greater demand for the iPhone 8. This would probably at the same time confirm that Apple with the iPhone 8 the “next big thing” in position After the last iPhones only meant small development steps.
Apple’s new flagship, the A11 is therefore an even more powerful processor, which is faster and at the same time more battery-friendly.In addition, one is in professional circles with the fact that Apple will install an OLED screen, which should be 5.8 inches in size, significantly more contrast and lighter. To date, the company has been using LCD displays with a retina resolution.
What about 3-D camera?
Apple may go one step further by integrating augmented reality features and a 3-D camera. According to speculation, this “revolutionary” camera could have an infrared sensor that is capable of measuring the space in front of the device, thus splitting a 3-D self-image.
In this way, you could possibly even import the user’s 3-D head into games or other apps. A finger in this direction could also be that Apple has recently recruited experts for facial recognition (Image reported). It is quite possible that such a technology is integrated into the iPhone 8 – for example, to unlock the device. It is shown how to use.
All of these luxury components – especially the much more expensive OLED screen – could lead to the iPhone 8 selling more than 1000 Euros at the start of the autumn. At the moment, it is even speculated that the high price could serve to control demand at the start of sales.
Larger screen with unchanged enclosure size
On the iPhone 8, Apple is supposed to gain space for the larger screen by reducing the frame area (up and down) or completely falling away. At the same time, this would mean that there will be no physical home button in the future. A virtual function area should come as a replacement. The advantage: Apple could use a larger display without having to change the dimensions of the device.
Experts also expect Apple to replace the Lightning port on the iPhone 8 with a USB-C connector. If Apple actually sacrificed its own format for the versatile industry standard, it could be an advantage for users – it is already used by computers, smartphones and tablets from other manufacturers.
The Jubilee iPhone (10th birthday) should also lose the volume button according to other rumors. Industry insiders suspect that the button could fuse with the display. It would be a logical consequence of the new screen technology that makes such a change possible.