Apple may launch a new 4-inch iPhone SE next year

Apple may launch a new 4-inch iPhone SE next year

Apple may launch a new 4-inch iPhone SE next year

Steve Troughton-Smith has discovered the exact dimensions of the notch in the iPhone 8 screen in the HomePod software, Apple leaked. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 8 or iPhone Pro next month.

Luckily, Danny Winget has come out with a great video that pits the iPhone 8 vs iPhone 7S Plus. The iPhone 8 has a vertically aligned dual camera sensor while the 7S Plus has a similar horizontally aligned camera sensor as we saw in the iPhone 7 Plus.

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte will be available in grocery stores this fall
This past June, Starbucks launched a ready-to-drink Iced Latte, which was inspired by their Caffe Latte - a customer favorite. If you just can't wait to get the first taste of fall, you'll want to look out for those in your local supermarket aisles.

There are numerous reports that the iPhone 8 might launch as iPhone X since it is an anniversary model and everyone expects the more subtly-revised lineup to be part of the "S" revamp that typically comes one year after the debut of a new generation. The image revealed the glass back and inductive charging. Interestingly, though, most rumours and mock-ups point to a vertically mounted array, with one lens above the other. We're not sure if it's going to feature OLED tech, but in size terms it trumps Apple's previous handset. In a sense, it's better that Apple is taking its time to ideal the handset and remove any problems remaining, but such a big delay means that it has no excuse for not providing a near flawless device. It goes to show how much bigger those larger bezels make the device. While Apple has been said to ditch the plans for an in-screen fingerprint scanner, and separately ditch a fingerprint scanner completely, it has reportedly not finalised the design for the rear end of the iPhone 8 till now. However, even if this information is solid, it's possible (although incredibly unlikely) that the numbers don't represent the final iPhone design.

Those leaks may be backed by a claim from KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo, who recently said that the "iPhone 8" would ship this September in three shades: black, silver, and gold. What we all want to know is how Apple will handle navigation on the iPhone 8 without the home button. How Apple handles that could be a factor, admittedly a minor one, when people choose their new device this fall.

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