The wait is over as Apple invites the world to be a part of the launch
event of their most anticipated devices Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus,
and iPhone X on 12th September 2017 at 10 a.m. PDT.
The latest smartphone from Apple will be the 10th anniversary gift to
the iPhone fans worldwide. Fans got an idea about what’s in store ahead
of today's Apple iPhone 8 launch, as Apple suffered a major leak two
days before its launch, with many of the iPhone 8's features being
What does Apple iPhone 8 has for us?
Apple is planning to break the previous tradition and launch three
phones in today’s launch: the
iPhone 8 and
iPhone 8 Plus.
Usually Apple launches a design for a year and come up with slight
upgrades in the next year. Following this logic, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
are anticipated to feature minor upgrades to the iPhone 7, such as a
faster chip and longer battery life.
The latest leaks suggest the new iPhone depicts that the phone will have
a wireless battery charging feature, facial recognition, and edge to
edge display and most drastic change will be NO home button.
When will it be released?
Tim Cook is expected to unveil the new
Apple iPhone 8 at an event held
in California on September 12 2017. The invitations for the event have
been sent earlier in August to journalists for the launch event at Apple
Park headquarters at 10 am Eastern Time.
According to the traditions, the devices will go on sale a week after
their launch announcement. Therefore, the iPhone 8 will be available for
pre-order on September 15th 2017 and hit stores on Friday September 22nd
How much will it cost?
The Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models are expected to be available in
greater numbers and are likely to be cheaper, close to the current
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus prices of £599 and £719.
The iPhone X however will probably be Apple's most expensive handset of
the year, with estimates suggesting it could cost $1,000 in the US.
An official at Apple has suggested the high-end device will "not be
cheap" at all.