The launch-date of the heavily-speculated Apple iPhone 8 is approaching fast. Just ahead of the release date, there have been a lot of rumors and speculations regarding the device, indicating the majority of the specifications. T

he final design of the smartphone has been leaked on several occasions as well. Tech Radar and 9to5Mac even recently reported that the device has already arrived at its mass-production stage at Foxconn’s manufacturing unit. In other words, the Cupertino-based technology giant is very much on track as far as launching the smartphone during its traditional month of September is concerned. So, what can be expected from the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 device? Let’s take a look:

The speculated models of iPhone

Apple is expected to introduce not one, but three iPhone models this year.

This includes the 10th-anniversary iPhone 8, along with the Apple Iphone 7S and 7S Plus. However, what these devices will be called officially, are a subject of major debate. Apple’s 10th-anniversary iPhone has been given several names so far, including iPhone X, iPhone Edition and the well-known iPhone 8 as well. While these are just possibilities, it goes without saying that as Apple hasn’t made any confirmation as of yet, so is best that the readers wait until there is a further official update from the firm. Another factor that is the subject of major debate is the price of the upcoming iPhone 8.

Experts have predicted that given the number of modern-day technologies that the Apple iPhone 8 is expected to arrive with, the chances of the smartphone carrying a hefty price tag is high. It has been predicted that the Apple iPhone 8 might come at a price of $1,000.

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As far as the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus are concerned, the device might come somewhere near the same price-tag as well.

Let’s talk about the specifications

The Apple iPhone 8 is expected to feature a 5.8-inch edge-to-edge display with no bezels around the screen. The Cupertino-based company is heavily rumored to ditch LCD displays in favor of rich-AMOLED display technology. Furthermore, the device might also have a 2.5D curved display – just like the one that appeared on Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones. The company is also expected to integrate an under-the-display fingerprint scanner. In other words, the company might eliminate the physical home button from the smartphone as well. The device is expected to come with a glass body on both rear and front panels, and apart from this, the chances of the smartphone being powered by A11 chipset are also obvious.