Launch of iPhone 8 is anticipated by many techies across the world, and the mystery of what the new iPhone will be like has wooed its fans to quite some extent. With this in mind, Apple has just confirmed the date of its launch event where iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be launched.
Yet another iPhone and all the hype and mystery and anticipation – it is all typical Apple launch woo, and so it the typical launch date – 12 September, 2017. Typical because it is the very season when Apple launches its new products each year, and this time it is all ‘extra-special’ as it is iPhone’s 10th launch anniversary. Apple Inc. has confirmed the launch event date to be 12 September at Steve Jobs theatre in Apple’s new campus in Cupertino, California. The most awaited part of upcoming launch event will be the new iPhone 8 – which is expected to have unique and never seen before design.
There have been gazillions of leaks and design previews for iPhone 8 and one of the common features displayed in all these images was – bezel-less screen. But beyond the surprise iPhone 8 version, Apple will also launch iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus – which are successor of present iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. We have also heard somewhere that a new generation Apple watch will be launched during this event. And there were times when Apple products were mysterious and turned out to be complete surprise upon launch, but since past few years, the leaks have been fairly consistent – so all the iSheeps (if iMaySay so) can consider those leaks as guidelines to get an idea of what the new device will be like. For me, I can wait until its revealed – not really hasty about it anyway.
Another major change will be the home button may just disappear and instead there will be a virtual home button under the glass cover on the screen and the fingerprint sensor might move to the Apple logo on the back – copying Pixel, are ya? But well, without assuming a lot, let’s just wait for September 12 and be sure of what we are getting for a huge pile of money, I mean we could wait, right?