iPhone 8 Problems The iPhone 8 Release Date DelayedOfficial iPhone 8 Apple want to be replacing its Touch ID fingerprint scanner with new facial recognition technology. The Touch ID sensor won’t be going anywhere and will, in fact, be embedded into the display itself. This is encouraging news because the idea that Apple would remove Touch ID altogether would, by all accounts, seem to represent a huge step backwards as far as usability is concerned.
iPhone 8 Problems
For months, an iPhone 8 problems ensemble of supply-chain and technology analysts have voiced doubts about the company's ability to deliver the iPhone 8 in the first half of September. Veteran Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo continues to insist that the new iPhone will not ship until later in the fall. Others report that Apple is right on schedule. A curved OLED panel would be a big-time addition for the iPhone 8's screen covers almost the entire front of the device and Kuo says it will have the highest screen-to-body ratio of any phone. This new display could be one of the major factors possibly pushing back the release date, however.
iPhone 8 Delayed
The iPhone 8 is already expected to be delayed compared to its predecessors. Reports say that Apple will unveil it during a regular September event iPhone 8 release date. It will then go on sale in the weeks following the keynote, but only in small numbers, according to these rumors. How long will we have to wait to see the iPhone 8 hit in stores? Conflicting reports have said it could be anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.
iPhone 8 Release Date Delayed
Now, a new story indicates we might be in for a huge wait. And if this new report pans out, the iPhone 7s may see some delays of its own. Thea mass production of the OLED iPhone will be delayed to November or December. The iPhone 8, or whatever Apple calls it, will be the only OLED iPhone this year. But the iPhone 7s may also experience some delays.
The report says that iPhone 8 plus production is expected to enter in August, which is anywhere between one and two months later than regular mass production schedules for new iPhones. If accurate, that could mean all three of Apple’s next-generation iPhone handsets will be next to impossible to find when they’re first released later this summer. iPhone 8 productions not reached levels that meet Apple’s needs for mass production, the report notes. That’s to say production of the new iPhones has indeed begun, but nobody’s happy about the output so far.
95% of Apple’s OLED iPhone 8 pre orders, and a small volume of 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch orders, the report said the main beneficiary of iPhone 7s orders, with a 65% share manufacture 5.5-inch iPhone 7s Plus units. Apple is developing its own graphics chips to be used in future versions of its products, including the iPhone. But the time frame for phasing out its current supplier is 15 to 24 months, so it's unlikely that an Apple-manufactured GPU will make it into the next iPhone. We're probably looking at 2018 or 2019 for about the iPhone 9.
Manufacturers have already begun taking orders on cases and screen protectors. Though iPhone manufacturers regularly do get the specs wrong, this step may be a signal that Apple has locked down its final design. iPhone 8 that size-wise, sits between the iPhone 7 ($810.00) and 7 Plus ($825.94 at Amazon). It's worth noting that the iPhone 8's display, rumored to extend from edge to edge, would likely be more comparable with that of the 7 Plus.
iOS 11 new sound in to be associated with engaging the iPhone 8's wireless charging capabilities on that have suggested the next iPhone will support wireless charging as well as USB-C for faster charges check out iPhone 8 user guide manual tutorial, tips and tricks Apple may dump its 32GB model and offer 64GB and 256GB models. The company will boost the amount of memory to 3GB. This incremental bump would follow the recent precedent of Apple ditching its dreaded 16GB model when it released the iPhone 8.