Upcoming iOS leaked, reveals new "iPhone 8" features


The "Special Event" will be live-streamed via the Apple website. He added that iPhone sales will drop in case Apple fails to get the new anniversary edition iPhone 8 to the customers during the holiday season.

It worth pointing out that this is not the first time we have seen the red dot on the Digital Crown.

So here's what's different from the vast amount of rumors and leaks (which we've been diligently collecting over the past few months). Wireless charging is also expected in the new device.

The most radical redesign of Apple's iPhone in 4 years could be called iPhone X, according to codes from software that will power the device.

Here is what might be popping up on your iPhone 8.

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"Even if you can't afford it, this has to be the one you lust after". The iOS 11 GM also hints that display on the iPhone X will come with True Tone colour feature (introduced recently in iPad Pro) and a screen resolution of 1125×2436 pixels.

Several key features and design elements of Apple's upcoming flagship phone "D22 iPhone 8", has allegedly leaked through the iOS 11 GM build.

The sensors. On the premium iPhone, there's said to be a new front-facing camera for 3D facial recognition, which will replace the existing iPhone's TouchID fingerprint sensor for things like payments and unlocking the phone. The price of the handset is not unexpected, as the Cupertino based tech company already sells its iPhone 7 Plus 256GB model for $969.

In 2007, Jobs billed his smartphone approach as blending liberal arts, design and technology. For example, double-clicking the side button will show Apple Pay cards and passes just like on the Apple Watch. The GM, or Grand Master, release of iOS 11 details new camera features about the iPhone 8 that will be released alongside iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus on Tuesday.

Apple made an AR kit available to developers to create apps with the technology. 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 live streaming will take place on the official Apple website. Whether they were from Foxconn, the Chinese factories that manufacture iPhones, or from Apple's own HomePod firmware, we've seen a lot of credible evidence that paints a good picture of what to expect.