iPhone 8 release date, specs and price: Launch date 'confirmed' as 512GB variant leaks
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iPhone 8 release date, specs and price: Launch date 'confirmed' as 512GB variant leaks
THE INQUIRER
Posted on: August 24th 2017
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WE'RE NOW A LESS THAN A MONTH away from the unveiling of the iPhone 8, and thanks to a multitude of online leaks, we know pretty much all there is to know about the incoming flagship.  

The iPhone 8, tipped by some to arrive as the 'iPhone Edition' or 'iPhone X' will be Apple's 10th-anniversary smartphone and looks set to be the first to debut wireless charging tech, a curved AMOLED display and an unusual vertical dual rear-facing camera. If rumours are to be believed, the so-called 'Edition' will launch alongside the less-impressive iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. 

We've rounded up everything we know about the iPhone 8 so far and will update this article as soon as we hear more.  

Release date
The iPhone 8 will be unveiled on 12 September, according to a report at Mac4Ever

However, some reports claim that it might not be available to buy until the fourth quarter, noting that the iPhone 8 may be available in limited quantity only. A note by analyst Timothy Arcuri from Cowen and Company has added weight to this and claims that production could be delayed due to issues with its Touch ID sensor.

Another report suggests the iPhone 8 may not arrive until 2018. A research Deutsche Bank, picked up by Business Insider, claims the smartphone won't make it onto shelves this year due to supply chain issues and "technical challenges".

As if just to confuse matters more, Digitimes is reporting that mass production of the iPhone 8 is on schedule and that the smartphone will see a release in October.

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