The Apple iPhone 8 is reportedly going to be awfully limited in supply to end the year. From what we've gathered thus far from the Apple rumor mill, the iPhone 8 will, without a doubt, be the most advanced iPhone ever released by a wide margin. However, it's worth stressing that there's no way of knowing for certain whether the images of Apple's new flagship phone are legitimate.
Apple had to custom order some of the cutting-edge components of the overhauled model of the iPhone, which outsiders have dubbed the iPhone 8 or 10th anniversary edition iPhone.
iPhone 8 Constraints: Yet another rumor claims that the iPhone 8 is having supply issues, 9to5Mac notes. While the OLED iPhone may be delayed due to difficulties, there will be an iPhone 7S and 7S Plus on time, as you would expect.
Sorry folks, but It's looking more and more like the iPhone 8 won't be widely available until the start of next year.
According to a report by Digital Trends, KGI and other Apple watchers say that the Cupertino giant will most likely, not put the iPhone 8 up for sale at the same time as the upcoming iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus models. Apple is also rumored to be adding wireless charging and a front-facing camera with Kinect-like abilities to track motion in 3D.
Geskin also published what he claims is a leaked schematic diagram showing what components will sit underneath the screen of the iPhone 8.
It's entirely possible that these are both somewhat legitimate, as Apple probably hasn't finalized the iPhone 8's design at this point and may be trying to determine what's possible.
A mock of the iPhone 8 with OLED Display. There is also no fingerprint scanner at the back, and no Home Button in the front, indicating that the fingerprint scanner will indeed be embedded underneath the display. Chairman of the Board Tim Cook has already announced the company is planning on releasing an AR iPhone in the future. It is to come with a bezel-less edge-to-edge display with aluminium border and likely the same measurements as the current iPhones.