Next Generation Apple iPhones Features Revealed

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Apr 19, 2017 05:29 AM EDT

The next generation iPhone from Apple is expected in the later part of this year. The new flagship of Apple that iPhone 8 is supposed to come with a modern take on the design of iPhone 4.

Reports also reveal that the new versions of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be a bit thicker because of a slight reworking of the design of the phones so it would not fit the previously manufactured cases for these particular handsets.

As per 9 To 5 Mac, in the case of the iPhone 8, the presence of a stainless-steel band is expected, which will wrap the exterior of the new handset, while the front and the back will be made of glass. Apple had previously used a glass front and back with a similar stainless steel band with the design of Apple iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s in the year 2010 and 2011 respectively. Hence it is said that Apple will be using the same materials in iPhone 8 as previously used in Apple iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s.

There will also be significant changes, of the materials that were used for the manufacturing the device. The new models of Apple iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are expected to have calculated updates. Moreover, the Apple iPhone 8 will be coming with the dual camera as introduced in Apple iPhone 7 Plus but the difference will be that the horizontal layout of the camera will shift to a vertical layout. In accordance with this report, the design has moved to device validation test from Engineer validation test. Apple has not yet decided what will be done to the touch id, but the use of the vertically stacked camera is put in for virtual reality features, revealed Fone Arena.

In order to find out more about the new models of Apple iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8, the fans need to be more patient. The innovations and validation tests are most likely to solve some of the problems, which were holding back the Apple devices from functioning properly.

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