Apple has just released its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets and there are reports that it’s working on its next generation smartphone, iPhone 8. According to Business insider, an employee from Apple said recently that the hardware for next generation iPhone is being developed in Israel. This person doesn’t want anybody to know him or recognize him.
It is reported that this Apple employee works in an office of the Cupertino’s giant in Herzliya, near Tel Aviv (Israel’s financial center and main technology hub). Apple’s CEO Tim Cook describes this office as the second largest R&D center of the company in the world. However, this employee could not provide too many details about upcoming iPhone 8 handset but he did say that it will get a radical redesign. This makes it quite different than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6 devices of the Cupertino’s giant.
The iPhone 8 features better camera specs, which is not surprising since all the next generation iPhone devices come with an improved camera. There are rumors iPhone 8 might sport a dual curve AMOLED display which is manufactured by Samsung. Obviously, this will make the new handsets stand out from the previous iPhone devices so its radical design is a good choice to go with.
However, there is a question that the iPhone of 2017 will really be called iPhone 8. Apple’s traditional naming scheme suggests that it will be called iPhone 7s because it is the successor of the iPhone 7 handset. We are expecting the 2017 iPhone to bring major design and functionality changes, which will really make sense to call it as iPhone 7s.
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