Apple iPhone 8 To Be Launched On Sept 12?

Yolanda Curtis
August 24, 2017

Assuming that Apple follows its usual trend, a September 12 launch date would likely mean the iPhone pre-orders would start on September 15, a Friday, followed by sales starting on September 22.

This new piece of information on the iPhone 8 was shared online by a user of Chinese social network site Weibo. The iPhone maker reported $1.67 EPS for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $1.57 by $0.10.

The storage options assumed here for the iPhone 8 are exactly double of the ones available a year ago.

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Apple is about to launch its next smartphone, probably called the iPhone 8.

Rumors about the iPhone 8 coming with a facial recognition feature have been around for quite a while now as, allegedly, the upcoming mobile device is ditching its Touch ID feature in favor of the facial-recognition feature.

Just like in previous years, we have no idea where these components come from. Even Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities, said that the device will have the 64GB and 512GB version.

The generic iPhone 7s and the 7s Plus are said to have identical design language as seen on the predecessors - iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, respectively.


Nothing has been confirmed so it is best to take all this with a grain of salt.

Now the Galaxy Note 8 has officially been unveiled, all eyes are back on Apple as the iPhone 8 reveal nears ever closer. Whatever the device ends up being called, French site Mac4Ever claims carrier sources have revealed that the official Apple event announcing it will be held on September 12, a week later than some others are predicting. Mac4Ever claims that the company has told carriers the date so that they have time to prepare inventory and produce marketing copy for the handsets.

Rumor has it that Apple has been working on not one, not two but three different iPhone models.


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