Apple iPhone is the most desired smartphone on the market. The year 2017 marked the 10th anniversary of Apple iPhone and Apple celebrated that occasion by launching iPhone X. Apple iPhone X was the best-selling iPhone model during the first three months of the year. The X has been available on the market for 6 months only, but rumors regarding the 2018 iPhone models have been circulating around for a while.
Most rumors claim that Apple would launch three iPhone models this year, including a premium 6.5-inch device. Besides, the company is believed to debut an affordable iPhone with a 5.8-inch display. Today’s report claim that the company would announce a 6.1 inch iPhone (probably iPhone 8s). The coolest part is that iPhone 8s will come in multiple colors.
If this is the case, there won’t be the first time we are seeing an iPhone with multi-color options. Back in 2013, the company announced iPhone 5C with the C standing for color. However, the iPhone 5C failed to live up to expectations despite its powerful hardware. Apple quickly discontinued iPhone 5C, instead unveiling the iPhone 6.
Tech experts say that Apple has been working on iPhone 8s with multiple color options for months. And the company is now ready to announce a new iPhone model. Sources say that the iPhone 8s will sport a premium design, just like the current iPhone 8, but Apple will upgrade the hardware and camera setup.
When it comes to screen, the rumored iPhone 8s will feature LCD display panel. This goes against previous rumors saying that Apple will shift to OLED displays this year. However, sources say that all iPhone models will feature wireless charging functionality, allowing users to charge up their device faster.
It remains unknown if Apple will include support for AR functionality in its iPhone models. Sources say that AR features will be exclusive to the 6.5-inch device, just like how they did with iPhone X. Besides, all iPhone models will be equipped with a TrueDepth camera system, meaning that Face ID will hit all three models this year.
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