No Apple iPhone 8! Looks Like 2017 Model Might Not be a Huge Upgrade

Apple iPhone 7s may not be too different from its predecessors.

    The year 2017 marks the 10th Anniversary of Apple iPhone and there have been numerous leaks and rumors in the recent past suggesting that the next iteration of iPhone possibly called the Apple iPhone 8 could be a game changer.

    No Apple iPhone 8! Looks Like 2017 Model Might Not be a Huge Upgrade

    However, according to a new report, next year's iPhone won't be hugely different from its predecessor. Instead, it would be an incremental upgrade much like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. This news comes from a Japanese blog called MacOtakara.

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    If this report is to be believed true, there would be no curved OLED screen, no wireless charging, no huge changes in design, and in fact, no iPhone 8. Instead, Apple will be launching a slightly upgraded version of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which may probably be called iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.

    No Apple iPhone 8! Looks Like 2017 Model Might Not be a Huge Upgrade

    In terms of hardware, the next iteration of iPhones will come equipped with a newer, and faster A11 chipset.

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    However, according to the same report, the biggest change may come in the form of a new color. Yes, that's right. The report claims that Apple may introduce a new color, possibly red alongside the already existing Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Matte Black, and Jet Black colors.

    All said, this report is entirely against all the rumors we've been hearing in the past and we have to take it with a pinch of salt.

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