iPhone 8 release date rumours.
There have been a few rumours recently about the reasons behind the delay in production of Apple ‘s next-generation iPhone. Mainly, it is due to the implementation of the Touch ID and the supply of OLED panels.
A new report from the Economic Daily News (via Digitimes ) says mass production of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 is scheduled for the new smartphones to be introduced in September and marketed from October.
Another of the biggest manufacturing problems of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 was the development of the new circuit boards that will be present in all three models. Apparently, the performance of these components will now be improved.
Usually, Apple presents and sells its smartphones in September
Over the past few years, Apple has announced its new iPhone models in the month of September and its official launch has occurred during the same month.
Last year Apple introduced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on September 7 and the devices went on sale on September 16.
The filtration collected by The Economic Daily News highlights that the production of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 is scheduled. Technically, the public availability of the new devices in October would imply a slight delay compared to the pattern of recent years.
“TSMC WILL START MANUFACTURING THE COMPONENTS NEEDED TO PRODUCE THE A11 PROCESSORS ON JUNE 10 AND WILL BEGIN SHIPPING THE CHIPS IN THE SECOND HALF OF JULY.”
Although their names, for the moment, are unknown Apple will present three new models of iPhone during this 2017. The special edition iPhone will be announced on the occasion of the smartphone’s 10th anniversary and will feature exclusive features such as wireless charging and OLED display.