Apple are set to launch the iPhone 8 today, and if rumours are to be believed they could actually unveil the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus as well. The undoubted highlight this time around would be the new iPhone line-up, but that wouldn't be all.
The handset is hoped to come with a bigger screen size of about 5.8-inch edge to edge OLED display. Rumors suggest it could have wireless charging, no home button and facial recognition ID - called Face ID.
It is time for Apple's September event, and this time the expectations are a bit higher than usual.
The new devices is said to function on the latest iOS 11 software enabled with new safety features, a "do not disturb while driving" mode and emergency SOS option. There's sure to be plenty of surprises at the Apple event to feast your eyes upon.
The day has finally come for all the iPhones lovers, fans waiting desperately for the next big thing to happen with iPhone. Along with iPhone X, the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be succeeded by brand new models named iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The pricing though could $1000 plus for this special iPhone going up all the way to $1300, which would make this the most expensive one till now. So what will the new iPhones offer?
The iPhone X will not have a Touch ID or a Home button.
Don't expect something completely new in the headphone space, but an update to the AirPods is likely coming - the wireless headphones that people love to complain about in terms of their design.
There is a gray ceramic version of the watch as well which will be more likely expensive than a standard Apple Watch but is not confirmed if this will be sold alongside the white edition or replace it.
Introduction of TrueTone display is also expected on the iPhone 8. The credit card company has updated its deals section yesterday night, where it mentioned several upcoming Apple products including the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple iPod Touch (2017).
Face ID: The newest addition to the phone will include facial recognition to unlock your phone.