Rumours are ramping up over the much anticipated iPhone 8. Only time will tell how many of them will come true.
APPLE fans are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the iPhone 8, which is expected to be a blockbuster update to mark the 10th anniversary of the first gadget’s release.
Tech lovers’ anxiety became even more acute when it was claimed that the release of the next iPhone could be delayed by several weeks, with some analysts even predicting issues with suppliers could mean it won’t be on sale until next year.
But the latest rumours about the upcoming iPhone 8 should help a few smartphone addicts breathe a bit more easily.
It’s been claimed that Apple is “on track” and will announce the new smartphone in September and release it in October.
Traditionally, new iPhones are always announced in September and then unleashed to the ravenous hordes a few weeks later.
The Economic Daily News claimed “there will be no delay for the launch of the next generation iPhone devices”.
It also suggested Apple’s Chinese manufacturing firms are already hiring new staff to cope with the demand, which is likely to be intense.
The rumours cannot be confirmed, because Apple keeps its plans totally secret.
Gossips have previously claimed the iPhone 8 will be a HUGE update which will feature a cool OLED infinity screen.
Of course, we can’t confirm anything about the iPhone 8, so we’ll all just to have to wait to see what Apple has in store for us.
Roll on September!