2017 is one of the biggest years for Apple, as the company celebrates ten years of iPhone. The Cupertino Company has released three new iPad models and a significant update to its MacBook Pro family. We are all expecting something special from this year’s iPhone models following the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with modest improvements.
The Cupertino Company is expected to launch three iPhone models this year, including a premium iPhone, an iPhone 7s and an iPhone 7s Plus. A lot of rumors about the premium iPhone 8 have been circulating around for months. Most rumors claim that Apple is having manufacturing issues that may force the company to push back the launch date of the iPhone 8 to October or November.
According to the latest sources, the production of the premium iPhone 8 has been pushed back to October or November. The new handset will still launch in September, but in very limited quantities, mainly because of manufacturing issues. Sources say that Apple’s long-time iPhone manufacturer, Foxconn will be producing more than 90 percent of iPhone 8 orders, while Pegatron will take care of the rest.
Some sources today claim that the two standard iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be facing delays. This comes as a shock for users and tech experts worldwide, as Apple is expected to meet demand for the two models this year. According to some recent reports, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will enter mass production in August, which is two months later than Apple’s usual mass production schedule.
The premium iPhone 8 is expected to come with a brand new design and compelling features, including OLED display, long-range wireless charging technology, 3D sensors for AR features, and much more. The two standard iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will come with small improvements over their predecessors.
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