Apple Inc. (AAPL) OLED iPhone 8 Delayed Til Nov-Dec

Apple Inc. (AAPL) OLED iPhone 8 Delayed Til Nov-Dec”

Huberty said her firm's checks with Apple's suppliers indicate that Apple's OLED-screen 11th-generation smartphone, the rumored iPhone 8, will ship in October instead of the usual mid-to-late-September window.

The publication, quoting China's Economic Daily news, also provides details for the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus; two devices that have scarcely graced the rumor mill. Earlier speculation for the smartphone suggested that we'll get to lay our hands on the device at the same time as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. However, Apple Maps was also a thing so it's never safe to make any assumptions when it comes to iPhone launches.

Moreover, according to the Forbes, Apple's new flagship will house augmented reality (AR) technology. According to a note by Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, the push could lead to weaker sales for Apple in its September quarter, though the company could see big December and March quarters thanks to a higher expected price-tag for iPhone 8. "While still possible, Apple will have to put the fingerprint on the back (of the phone)".

Cited by DigiTimes, the report claims the new iPhone 8, which is expected to feature an all-new design and an OLED display, will only arrive "in small volumes" at launch.

According to the report, Apple's iPhones would not hit the market until right before the pivotal holiday season based on the updated production timetable.

The renderings reveal the much-anticipated iPhone 8 new design. Fairview Capital Investment Management LLC now owns 13,481 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $1,561,000 after buying an additional 350 shares in the last quarter. These 3D lasers will also provide better depth detection and improved autofocus functionality when taking photos using the iPhone 8's camera. Of course, we can't tell from renders whether a Touch ID sensor is present underneath the screen. Except that many problems persist and continue to accumulate in the factories of the Apple: delay of deliveries of components and other difficulties of assemblies, not forgetting all the small technical details.

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