iOS firmware indicates Apple to announce ‘iPhone 8’, ‘iPhone 8 Plus’ and ‘iPhone X’ on Tuesday

iOS firmware indicates Apple to announce ‘iPhone 8’, ‘iPhone 8 Plus’ and ‘iPhone X’ on Tuesday

By | September 9th, 2017
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We think we know the names of the new iPhones, thanks to the iOS firmware.

Apple’s three new phones are called iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X

(via Steven Troughton Smith).


														
							

The 8 and 8 Plus would be the lower-tier LCD phones, whereas the iPhone X is the highly-anticipated nearly-bezelless OLED model. The name reveal joins a flurry of leaks from earlier in the day, detailing new features like Face ID and Animojinew wallpapers, and confirming the LTE Apple Watch.

The ‘iPhone X’ is what most people were calling the iPhone 8; this is the major new phone featuring a 5.8-inch OLED display in a body only slightly larger than the current 4.7-inch iPhone 7. As shown by multiple leaks, the device will have very minimal bezels on all four sides with a center top notch to accommodate the front camera, earpiece and 3D sensors.

As well as upgraded internals to match the lower-tier phones, it will also include Face ID as a new biometric authentication mechanism to replace Touch ID, upgraded cameras that will likely support OIS on both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses and 4K@60 FPS, wireless charging and more. The OLED display of the iPhone X will provide incredibly high contrast and black levels, as well as help the illusion of a truly bezel-less device.

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Nisheeth Bhakuni