Apple is all set to launch its next generation iPhones tomorrow at an event in California. This could also end up being called the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone ten), as was previously rumored, to honor the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone. Now that we know when and where iPhone 8 will be unveiled, the question that remains is how much will it cost?
Samsung (SSNLF) is already taking pre-orders for its new flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 8, and while you may think it's dead-in-the-water simply because the Note 7 experienced the disaster of all smartphone disasters, you'd be wrong. Users will be able to tap on the screen to wake the handset.
The iOS 11 GM release date is unconfirmed but we expect Apple to release it to developers shortly after the conclusion of next week's event. But what about older iPhone models that have Touch ID? Ever since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ with the infinity display, rumours have suggested a 5.8 inch bezel-less display on the next iPhone. Though it'd be tempting to think of these phones as the compromise buy compared with the third ultra-premium iPhone, there will be some noticeable improvements.
Apple will be unveiling the new iPhone models along with a few other exciting new products on the 12 of this month.
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It had also, the Commission found , paid German retailer Media-Saturn for selling exclusively x86 computers with Intel processors. In June the Commission hit Google with a €2.4bn fine over its online shopping services.
The new side button functions could be used for activating Siri, using FaceID with double or even triple clicks. This wallpapers will apparently come to all of the three new iPhones. However, Apple will also revamp the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. But since most articles written about the next iPhone have referred to it as the iPhone 8, we will stick with that nomenclature for now.
The leak exposed a number of other new features, according to 9to5Mac, who received the leaked software separately. Apple is believed to be sticking with both LCD for their displays, and Touch ID for their biometric security. But if turns out to be correct, it'd be the first major redesign since Apple first launched its watch in 2015.
The same leak also reveals the preview image showcasing the new Apple Watch with a new face and red-accented digital crown, a signal meter and a hint at wireless LTE connectivity.
The latest box will finally add support for 4K and HDR content. It has a very unique look and has been updated with some useful traits.