iPhone 8 update: A full glass design and 15 feet-range wireless charging

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Nov 21, 2016 04:59 AM EST

Apple is widely expected to release the iPhone 8 in celebration of its 10th anniversary edition of the iPhone. Speculations pop up that iPhone 8 is pleased to introduce its wireless charging technology aspect up to 15 feet away.

This new feature of charging was reportedly as the spotlight of iPhone 8. It was already adopted by various smartphone makers, as per GameNGuide. As the alternative for old and common wires and connectors in charging, it rather sends out electrical charges.

iPhone 8 was reported to comprise a wider screen than iPhone 7. It also has a curve appearance, according to MacWorld. In addition, it will attribute an OLED screen and all-glass scheme. It was, likewise, theorized to contain the Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.

Predictions came out that this new smartphone will be launched on June 29, 2017. That was during the iPhone's 10-year anniversary.

Kulbinder Garcha, one of the company's analyst told that she was adequately assured. iPhone 8 trades will heighten a goal of $250 million during the fiscal year of 2018. In other words, the probable verified iPhone 8 release date was 2017.

For the meantime, tech blogger Robert Scoble displayed a full-scale directory for iPhone 8 specs and design projections. According to him, he assumes that iPhone 8 will be a clear segment of glass with the latest era of OLED screen.

In addition, Robert foresees that it will arrive with eye sensors. It empowers the iPhone 8 to possess the higher rate of frame and polygon count than a PC with Nvidia 1080 card in it.

Bur for Pundits, he projected the upcoming iPhone 8 to present some 'significant innovations.' Therefore, it was reflected to contain a full-glass OLED screen. It was the latest and improved tactile feedback features.

Pundits also include in his estimation the revealed wireless charging technology. Moreover, among other various significant specs enhancements, it involved more updated camera and processor.

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