13 April, 2017
It's a critical issue because Apple seems to be intent on establish a full-size display for its flagship new device, with a curved OLED display almost eliminating the iPhone 8's bezel. Arcuri does not believe that there will be any delays related to the 3D sensor. t's widely expected that the 10th anniversary iPhone will be a massive update. Recalling a report from last week, Apple is reportedly facing some technical issues relating to the lamination process of curved OLED panels and delayed adoption of a 3D sensing system which is why the availability of the 5.8-inch iPhone 8 might be delayed a few weeks.
Both brands with be releasing new products this year, and Apple is developing and refining their iPhone 8 to out perform the Galaxy S8.
There is still a full five months before the expected big announcement from Apple.
However, the claim was refuted later by analyst Steven Milunovich from UBS who stated that only the 256GB storage variant of iPhone 8 may cost around $950 or $1000.More news: Delta tries to 'normalize' as flight cancellations continue
Aside from the 5.8-inch OLED screen that Apple ordered from Samsung, iPhone 8 is packed with tons of promising features and specs.
While everything it nice and good on the side of the Apple iPhone 6s, the same can not be said about the Apple iPhone 6 users.
The large base of customers set to upgrade their iPhones could create a "powder keg" that could revive Apple (AAPL)'s prospects in China, Cowen analyst Timothy Arcuri wrote on Wednesday. Finally, while admitting that the setup isn't particularly innovative of user-friendly, Arcuri acknowledged that Apple could always reposition the Touch ID sensor to the rear-side of the handset, a la Samsung's Galaxy S8/S8+ flagships, just to get the uber-premium iPhone to market on time. This would make iPhone 8 look very similar to the iPhone 4s.
According to Express, there is some good news following the delay of the iPhone.