All eyes are on Apple as this year they are celebrating 10 years of producing impeccable iPhone’s. Apple no doubt has led the smartphone revolution and opened up the possibilities of what people can do with their mobile phones. Apple to celebrate their success are planning to showcase a special iPhone celebrating their success. According to earlier reports Apple was going to name is at iPhone 8, but new information from Mac Otakra suggests that it maybe called the iPhone Edition. Apple will be unveiling iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus along with the high-end ‘iPhone Edition’.
iPhone Edition will be a ‘premium’ feature rich smartphone with a curved 5.8-inch OLED display. iPhone 7s and iPhone 7S Plus will have a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch respectively that they will have a LCD display. The iPhone 7s and 7s Plus will be iterative editions with very minor upgrades, is is the iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition which will be the star equipped with major upgrades and changes.
Apple right now is working with different prototypes to test different elements. At this stage the company has the opportunity to test different components and features and see how they are working out. Some of the tested prototypes have an LCD display and some have an AMOLED display. Even though Apple reportedly will be making use of an aluminium glass chassis, the company is testing glass, aluminium and ceramic chassis. Along with that the company is also looking at which components can be mass produced, some elements may work out well, but their production time may put iPhone 8 off schedule.
iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition will have no home button and the flexible OLED display will be curved on all four sides giving the device a true edge-to-edge display. As there will no home button, the company will either be introducing am embedded fingerprint scanner or a facial recognition technology. Along with that true wireless charging and iris scanner are also in works. Due to all of these developments there is a probability that this smartphone will be announced after iPhone 7S and 7S Plus which are expected to arrive in September.