Many of the leaks surrounding the 10th anniversary iPhone have centered around wireless charging and changes to the display. Besides offering an AMOLED screen, Apple is expected to completely redesign the iPhone 8 with a curved display. Other reports point to the demise of the bezel and home button, with concepts showing simply an all-glass front panel. But what about the iPhone 8 camera? Reports indicate that Apple will continue to improve the camera by leaps and bounds.
The 10th anniversary iPhone is back in the news, with Nikkei dropping a report about wireless charging modules. This technology is said to be in a testing phase at iPhone manufacturer Foxconn. If the company can produce the units fast enough, the iPhone 8 could feature wireless charging. Both Apple and Foxconn did not comment on the report.
September 7th is only a week away, but this hasn't stopped a fast and furious torrent of iPhone 7 rumors and leaks. The latest reports touch on cosmetics, storage space, and more. Apple's next generation iPhone is not expected to be a radical departure from the current model. But this doesn't mean the company has no surprises waiting in the wings. The past few days have confirmed several tidbits coming in the official announcement next week.
A new unconfirmed leak suggests Apple will not release the iPhone 7 in September, like originally expected. Several images posted to TechTastic (via 9to5Mac) allegedly reveal the product packaging for Apple's next-generation handset -- the iPhone 6 SE. If the packaging is authentic, then the next iPhone will be a successor to the iPhone SE released in March.
Every year Apple packs camera improvements into its new iPhone models, and this fall will be no different. The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus have so far retained a monopoly on optical image stabilization (OIS), with the technology not making it to the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 6s. This could all be set to change, if a photo revealed by none other than Nowhereelse.fr proves to be true.