Furthermore, we'll also be looking forward to the camera performance of the iPhone 8, because according to a previous rumor, Apple's crème de la crème in the smartphone category is expected to provide support for 4K video recording at 60 frames per second. Apple usually launches its new line of hardware in September of every year, and this time the company isn't doing anything different. It will be interesting to see if the higher price due to the increased technology will ultimately become a deterrent for consumers. The thought is so tantalizing, and even though you keep telling yourself you'd "very much like to be excluded from this narrative", you can't help but click on every iPhone 8 post you come across.
In June, Apple said it would launch a new voice-controlled speaker called HomePod and an iMac computer geared toward professionals by the end of 2017.
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If the report holds true, which product are you looking forward to the most on September 12?
With the new iPhone 8, analysts are expecting the Apple smartphone's biggest overhaul in years. This buyback authorization permits the iPhone maker to buy up to 6.5% of its shares through open market purchases. Technological advances are delivering ever diminishing returns, and there hasn't been a major innovation in mobile technology for several years. High-end Android phones use the same technology, as does the Apple Watch.
"Reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also put the iPhone 8's memory at 3GB of RAM, while the larger iPhone 7s Plus is expected to remain at 3GB RAM and the smaller iPhone 7s will continue to offer 2GB RAM".
The high-end variation of the iPhone 8 it looks and has 512GB of storage that is first of its kind. Apple's hierarchy has been extremely positive about the potential of AR, and it seems that Apple is fully committed to supporting and delivering it. This new technology could prove to be a more useful hands-free alternative to the fingerprint, so it's likely Apple will want to discuss this further at the show.