10th anniversary of Apple’s iPhone is set to be its best yet, in which a huge quantity of high-end changes coming to the lineup. Fast Company has released its new report in which they mentioned that the new iPhone 8 will also be launched with a price tag to match, and further reported about its price that will be approximately over $1,000.
This iPhone 8 will more classy and expensive than that of any iPhone 7 which is presently available in market, and that will be quite the pill for potential buyers to accept.
Apple iPhone 8 new model is going to be introduce at the end of this year 2017, it is all according to the report which has been released by the Fast Company and goes to confirm previous claims that there will be various iPhones made available at the time. It seems progressively that a couple of 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 7s handset will be launched having 5.8-inch iPhone 8 going for trade together with them. It is just this cell phone that attracting all the interest and attention even it has a huge price tag with it.
This device is manufactured with all-metal and glass and even its hardware volume up/down buttons are replaced with touch- sensitive version. Its screen is made curved as like Galaxy S7 Edge with very smooth touch and scratch-less having very light weight.
Fast Company also mentioned in its report that a new 3D imaging technology is being used from Lumentum in this device which makes Apple’s iPhone 8 very unique and the charming for buyers. However other applications for the technology have not been decided yet. It is quite possible the sensor may be used for endorsement of a user’s face, or any other similar application may be launched for making iPhone 8 more impressive and unique.
Source says that Apple is working with Lumentum (formed when JDS Uniphase split in 2014) on 3D-sensing technology for the new high-end phone. it is still not clear that how the technology will be applied and also suspense that how could be used to identify the user’s face for authentication. It may also be used in the Camera for the better image resolution.
source Fast Company