iPhone 8 to launch on September 12; official invites out

Being the 10th-anniversary model, the iPhone 8 is expected to come with some outstanding features.

    Recent rumors have been suggesting that iPhone 8 will be launched on September 12. Well, the rumors will indeed come true as Apple has started sending out official invites for a "Special Event" on that day.

    iPhone 8 to launch on September 12; official invites out

    The official US website of the company also mentions the "Apple Special Event". The event will take place at the newly built Steve Jobs Theater and it will start at 12 AM PDT (10:30 PM in India). Besides this, Apple has revealed no information about the event. It is being speculated, the Cupertino-giant would launch the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, alongside its 2017 flagship.

    However, most of us are mainly waiting for the iPhone 8. As it is always the case, Apple has not revealed a single thing about the smartphone. Regardless of that, the hype around the device is unbelievable.

    Being the 10th-anniversary model, it is expected to come with some outstanding features. For example, the iPhone 8 will be the first iPhone to feature an OLED display with full-screen design and wireless charging support.

    The other rumored features are iris scanner with 3D face recognition, front camera with advanced AR capabilities, and gesture control support. In addition, the iPhone 8 is likely to be launched in three different storage variants. The highest version is tipped to pack a whopping 512GB of internal storage space.

    If you are wondering about the pricing aspect, then you should get prepared for a surprise. The iPhone 8 will reportedly be the most expensive iPhone ever. It is believed to carry a price tag of over $1,000 (approximately Rs. 64,000).

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