Apple iPhone 8 ‘Confirmed’ By Alleged Israeli Employee With Design Upgrades
Just like the years before it, the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus came with its set of upgrades. The big changes of 2016 were the pair's build quality and camera specifications. With the iPhone 7, Apple has perfected its spaceship design which was debuted originally on the iPod touch. The flagships also feature their custom ISP and a dual camera for the 5.5 inch variant. As has been the case before it, information for the iPhone 8 began to surface well before the launch of the iPhone 7. After a brief lull, we've got some more news on Cupertino's 2017 flagship. Take a look below to find out more.
Apple Is Working On The iPhone 8 In Herzilya Israel Claims Insider
Leaks about Apple which originate from insiders are quite rare. The majority of data that we collect stems mostly from the East, from Cupertino's supply chain sources. For the iPhone 8, a lot of rumors have been flying around. The device is expected to feature major design upgrades. Some sources also expect Apple to completely remove metal from the equation. Cupertino's already working on the iPhone 8, as we learn today.
Business Insider claims to have some inside track for the development of the iPhone 8. The employee which has revealed these scarce details appears to be low level. He/she solders components for Apple, so we're unsure of the level of his clearance. That being said, she did confirm one detail for the iPhone 8. The device will feature a radical design change, so we're eager to see what Cupertino has under the works.
It also manages to confirm the title 'iPhone 8' for Cupertino's next flagship. BI reports that the insider used it without prompt. This confirms earlier reports that Apple will abandon its traditional nomenclature for next year's iPhone. The office in which this employee works is dedicated primarily towards hardware upgrades. The employee also added that the iPhone 8 will feature improved camera specifications, which shouldn't be a surprise really.
There's a lot of hype surrounding the tenth generation of iPhone from Apple, even though it's almost a year until the device sees the light of day. We're sure to see more information surface as time passes. Apple really has a lot riding on next year, especially since the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus feature no major design upgrades. It'll be make it or break it for the iPhone. We'll be on the lookout for more. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated on the latest.