Apple is heavily tipped to be working on the three models, with the 7S units said to be iterative updates to compliment the big overhaul that is the iPhone 8.
As expected, the headphone jack looks to be gone for good, although Forbes suggests "USB Type-C may feature on the wall plug as part of a wider move to finally adopt fast charging". "The fact that Samsung's manufacturing lines are not running at full capacity at the moment hints at the delay of the OLED iPhone launch", chimed in another industry source. But it has been mentioned that the "iPhone 8" will be available in limited quantities as the supply chain will produce 2 million and 4 million units only in this quarter.
Samsung Display, the sole display supplier for the OLED iPhone, had initially planned to start production for Apple in the first half of this year but had put off the schedule to July due to the delayed decision.
The ousting of the Home button will reportedly make way for a display the size of the iPhone 7 Plus on a phone as wide as the standard iPhone 7, with the iPhone 8 rumored to boast an edge-to-edge screen.
Although, the alleged images of the iPhone 8's back panels and cases leaked recently, still have a special space allocation for the fingerprint sensor at the middle of the device's back. As of late, a reasonable photograph of Apple's up and coming phone has been spilled and it gives us an unmistakable thought of what the phone will resemble. Does this imply Apple is putting an end to the Touch ID?
Apple is tipped to be plotting major hardware upgrades for the iPhone 7S.
Although iPhone 8 is nearly certain to launch in three regular colours including black, gold, and silver, the latest rumours are debating about two other possible options: champagne gold and copper gold.