iPhone 8 To Be Available In Stores On September 22nd; Keynote On The 12th According To Carrier O2
Less than a month is left until Apple launches the iPhone 8. The smartphone’s been a good part of the rumor mill, since late last year. The leaks and rumors that the iPhone 8’s a part of are consistent most of the time. Subsequently, we can guess quite a lot about the smartphone. Now, it’s time for the device’s launch date to leak. Today, yet another source mentions these details. Take a look below to find out more.
Apple Will Launch The iPhone 8 On September 12th And Release It For Sale On The 22nd
For the iPhone 8, very little details remain a secret. Allegedly of course. Apple will go all out for upgrades this year, as shareholders and customers are eager for change. Not much has changed for the iPhone over the past couple of years.
Sure, we’ve seen some new features and the usual host of upgrades, but these have done little to generate renewed interest in the smartphone. Makes us reminisce for the iPhone 5s, whose Touch ID gave a lot of folks a lot to talk about.
Now, as we enter September in less than 24 hours, looks like there’s a growing consensus for the iPhone 8’s launch date on the rumor mill. A September 12 launch for the smartphone has surfaced on several sources, and today we’ve got more details.
According to tipster Benjamin Geskin, Apple will launch the iPhone 8 on the 12th as rumored earlier. His source is UK carrier O2, which has told its employees to prepare for the device’s September 22nd release for purchase.
Just a couple of days back, Dow Jones also mentioned a similar launch and release for the iPhone 8. This marks two reliable sources with the information, if we discount French carrier Orange’s similar timeline that surfaced a week back.
Looks like the rumor mill has locked in September 12th. But as is the case, take all such rumors with a grain of salt. Apple will send out press invites pretty soon, so there isn’t much time left until things clear up. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.