iPhone 8 Could Cost More Than $1,000 Thanks To OLED Screen
Fast Company released a new report and if you believe the report, the iPhone 8 will have a more radical design improvements than previous models.
One of the thing which is being discussed is, Apple might remove all physical buttons (volume, power and mute switch) and replace them with “touch-sensitive inlays in the metal.” Love it or hate it, this is more likely to happen.
Removing the buttons would also allow Apple to make the iPhones more waterproof without needing to use rubber gaskets around the inside of the buttons to block out liquid the way it does on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
Apple is also reportedly looking into “3D-sensing technology” that could be used for facial recognition, improved depth-sensing on the back camera.
A larger battery than the iPhone 7 is another feature Apple is reportedly looking to include on the iPhone 8.
The report also corroborates many previous rumors including an OLED screen somewhere in the range of 5.5 to 5.8-inches, a new chassis design comprised of a stainless steel frame and glass back, and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor moving to underneath the display. But that’s all news we’ve heard before.
The iPhone 8 by any mean won’t be cheap, it could cost more than $1,000 thanks to its new OLED screen.