iPhone 8 release date September 2017: Four models, jet white color and more

After the release of Apple iPhone 7, it’s time to talk about iPhone 8 which would most likely release on September 8, 2017. We have been hearing plenty of rumors about the iPhone 8. Recently, we reported that the iPhone 2017 will be branded as iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.

The billion dollar question is whether Apple will unveil an improved iPhone with a new design or the same iPhone 7 with an “S” moniker. We can confirm that iPhone 7s and iPhone 8 will ship with Apple A11 processor and iOS 11 operating platform.

According to latest reports, iPhone 2017 will ship with four new models to celebrate the 10th anniversary of iPhone. The rumors did confirm the presence of iPhone 7s but also reveals a possibility of a new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Hence, you can expect four different iPhones, which include iPhone 7s Plus.

iPhone 8 with wireless charging

If you look at iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, it will have the same features with an enhanced processor. However, the iPhone 8 will feature a refreshed design coupled with an all glass body, wireless charging and an OLED display. There are reports that a red color variant of iPhone 8 will be introduced along with other standard color models.

iPhone 8 will ship with a bezel-less design

If rumors are to be believed, iPhone 8 is expected to ship with a bezel-less design without a physical home button. Moreover, you can expect the possibility of a curved display in tune with the Galaxy S7. You can also expect an all-glass chassis with glass on both the rear and the front.

Expect OLED display in iPhone 8

If Apple decides to release iPhone 8, then you can expect an OLED display. However, the supply of OLED display will be a problem. But still, the Cupertino-based tech giant will release limited edition iPhone 8 with OLD display. To add more enhancements, Apple will most likely integrate an Iris scanner with the iPhone 8.

Some of the other rumored features of iPhone 8 are the integration of LG Innotek 3D dual lens cameras manufactured by LinX. Interestingly, Apple recently acquired LinX. You can also expect a new haptic feedback system including an enhanced wireless charging capability.