iPhone 8 Release Date, Specs, Features: Processors To Be Used For Next Apple Flagship Leaked?
The year 2016 has been an eventful one if we talk about smartphones. The leading mobile platforms, iOS and Android, saw their respective upgrades.Advertisement
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been the first phone to introduce the most happening feature of 2016 – the iris scanner. iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus look sufficient for Apple to sustain the market interest for one calendar year. Now, there are latest rumors in the market about the Apple’s next flagship, iPhone 8.
iPhone 8 Is Going To Feature TSMC’s 7nm Process?
According to WCCFTech, there have been some wild claims from Apple’s alleged supply chain sources on the processors to be used in the next Appple’s flagship phone. The iPhone 8 will not jump to one but two performance nodes ahead of the previous one.
TSMC is ahead of the schedule for its performance nodes, the sources claimed. After visiting some Taiwanese fab’s facilities, some research institutions revealed that 7nm is going to move to production environment in the first quarter of 2017. If we believe these all claims, then certainly we are going to see a complete rebirth of the iPhone lineup!
It may take some time to see 7nm making it on the iPhone or any other Smartphone. iPhone 8 will feature quite a lot of updates and upgrades according to the rumor mill. There will edge to edge display, a hidden fingerprint sensor and a virtually present home button if we consider all the information as the facts.
We will surely get more and more information and updates from different rumor mills as the time passes. Since the next iPhone 8 is going to be a great performer for the iPhone line up, we are surely going to get a lot of information and rumors related to it until its official release update from the company. Stay tuned with us for the latest!
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