The iPhone 8 design is cent percent final at this point, and Apple Inc. is set to launch the phone this September. That doesn’t mean we are done seeing leaks revealing the iPhone 8 colors and design. In fact, 9to5mac hints at four different colors of the mobile phone – silver, black, blue and red. Conceived by developer-turned-leaker Gaskin Benjamin, an image shows that the iPhone 8 has a Touch ID home button on its back. There are rumors that Apple may replace it with enhanced facial recognition, but company representatives have refused to comment anything in this regard.

The extraordinary specifications

Just like the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 will have a water resistant body. It will be able to hold up to splashes, rain, and brief submersion in water. An inside source also reveals that the new mobile device is expected to have an 11-nanometer A11 chip that is more efficient than its rivals. Plus, the high-end models will come with dual-lens cameras and different connectivity options, such as 3G, 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB. Apple Inc. is said to be planning a 5-inch OLED iPhone 8 model that will be sold alongside standard 4.5 and 5.4-inch iPhone devices.

You must have seen a curved AMOLED display in the samsung galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

A report by iClarified suggests that the iPhone 8’s curve will be far better than the Samsung smartphones. It means an AMOLED display is going to replace the standard IPS LCD in the new iPhone series. How big is the iPhone 8 screen size? Rumors for this are surfacing online, but the officials say that it is larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Apple may become the biggest tech company

With iPhone 8 release looming, Apple Inc. may become the first trillion-dollar company in the world. Shares of the tech firm have been rising over the past few weeks. In May 2017, for example, the company’s stock hit a new all-time high of $160 per share. A report by The Verge reveals that Apple Inc.

is currently trading in the $135 per share range – several analysts anticipate that it’s only a matter of time before the company stock soars to even better heights. In the first week of July, Apple Inc. revealed that it had plans to increase its share repurchasing limit from $165 billion to $200 billion. It means the successful sales of iPhone 8 matter a lot for Apple Inc.

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