Although Apple is expected to launch its highly anticipated iPhone 8 on September 12, rumors and speculations about the device are still mounting up on the internet. The 10th year anniversary iPhone is expected to arrive with astonishing specs and features.

Nonetheless, the pre-order of iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and 7s Plus is anticipated to start on September 15. But, according to Apple Insider, supply chain sources claimed that the 10th year anniversary smartphone wouldn't be available on the market until October.

The delay of iPhone 8's release date is reportedly due to component orders. However, the Washington Street Journal pointed out that the main reason for the smartphone’s delay is its new OLED screen as well as its fingerprint sensor.

The Cupertino based tech company is having a tough time embedding the Touch ID feature into the screen of its latest mobile device. The company also ditched the fingerprint sensor in favor of the facial recognition technology.

Despite iPhone 8’s shipment delay, the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus will be up for grabs on time. Customers who will pre-order can acquire the smartphones on September 22.

The new 7s and 7s Plus are expected to resemble their predecessors. Nevertheless, the iPhone 8 will be the star of the tech company’s upcoming event. The handset will arrive with spectacular specs and a whole new design.

The 10th year anniversary device is expected to come with a wireless charging technology and a faster charging support. The device will boast iOS 11 operating system and augmented reality capability out of the box.

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The smartphone will also come along with a vertical dual camera setup.

Handset with OLED screen

The handset will sport a 5.8-inch OLED edge-to-edge display with 1242 x 2800 pixel resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone will be powered by the company’s next-gen system on-chip (SoC), the A11 processor.

The mobile device will be equipped with a Siri AI personal assistant, P2P payments, True Tone feature and support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps. The iPhone 8 [VIDEO] will be available in different color options - Gold, Rose Gold, Silver, Black and Jet Black. However, the handset will roll out without the traditional home button and the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Price of the device

Due to iPhone 8’s awesome specs and features, the mobile device [VIDEO] will be Apple’s most expensive smartphone ever. The 64GB variant of the device will have a $1,000 price tag, the 256GB model costs $1099, and the larger 512GB variant will be available for $1199.