Foxconn to manufacture '95 per cent' of new Apple iPhone 8

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 17, 2017

While not shown in any of the renders, it is also said the iPhone 8 will have retain the Lightning port and not make the switch to USB-C, even though the latter is found on the newest MacBooks. Ever since schematics first leaked from Apple's manufacturing partner, we've seen countless Apple fans and budding graphic designers create renders that are believed to be reasonably accurate representations of Apple's next-generation flagship iPhone.

"According to the sources, the new iPhone will come in three versions, including a 4.7" LCD iPhone 7, 5.5" LCD 7 Plus, and premium OLED iPhone 8.

If the software problems that have plagued the iPhone 8 are not solved in time, Apple might be forced to delay the rollout of the smartphone despite going as far as leasing equipment to suppliers to speed up iPhone 8 production. Many sites and fans are calling the to-be-announced iPhone as the iPhone 8, but it's just not yet confirmed that what it will be titled as, officially. The newest phone is also expected to increase the average sale price of the iPhone, as the flagship model is rumored to be priced above $1,000.

Economic Daily News says that Foxconn has secured the vast majority of orders for the upcoming OLED phone, which will feature nearly no bezel enabling Apple to pack in a 5.8-inch screen into the same physical size as the current 4.7-inch iPhone 7.

RF PCBs are an integral component that connects chips to various iPhone parts like the camera, touch screen panel, and display. Apple has planned a major redesign for the 10th anniversary of the product. Another report said Apple will get rid of the Touch ID as it has not perfected the display technology need to ensure accuracy with a fingerprint scanner under the display. These rumors claimed that Apple had dropped TouchID from the iPhone 8 after being unable to get the sensor to function consistently under the glass of the front screen. The vertical setup camera has probably been setup to support the feature of Augmented Reality, which has been talked about a lot recently. AR tends to work better in landscape mode which would mean that vertically-aligned camera sensors would offer a better viewing experience.

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