News about iPhone 8 wireless charging, 5.2-inch OLED display with invisible home button, all-glass housing and edge-less screen are rounding around the corners while millions in the world are waiting for its official release by Apple.
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Loosing charge fast is a problem most smartphone users face. This has made wireless charging one of the most sought after technology in one of our time. And As per reports, Apple is planning to go one step ahead and is seeking to bring long range wireless charging technology with iPhone 8. If this turns out true and this alone will give the iPhone 8 an edge over other smartphones making it the most sought phone in years to come. News about iPhone 8 wireless charging, 5.2-inch OLED display with invisible home button, all-glass housing and edge-less screen are rounding around the corners while millions in the world are waiting for its official release by Apple.
The only catch with long range wireless charging is that the further you get from the charging port, the weaker the signal gets and slower the charging becoming. But as per inside sources, Apple is currently working to resolve this. They have been hiring expertise in the field and looking for suppliers for wireless charging ship while their manufacture partner Foxconn, is according to reports, testing charging modules.
Developed and marketed by Apple, the first iPhone was launched on June 29, 2007 and the latest iPhone 7 was unveiled at Apple’s September event in 2016. iPhone is often credited for reshaping the market of smartphone and responsible for making Apple one of the world’s most valuable companies.
IN THE US, IPHONE HOLDS THE LARGEST SHARE IN THE SMARTPHONE MARKET. AROUND THE END OF THE YEAR 2015, IPHONE HAD A MARKET SHARE OF 43.6% MARKET SHARE FOLLOWED BY SAMSUNG, LG AND MOTOROLA.
For four generation the iPhone looked pretty same until the iPhone 5 that had a larger display. Every generation of iPhone saw an upgrade of one kind or the other but the design had been essentially the same. With iPhone 6S, Apple introduced pressure-sensitivity touch and their latest product iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple added new color options, water-resistant capabilities, an improved system and graphics performance along with dual-camera setup.
Some of the other features, the iPhone 8 is supposed to come with are its design metal frame wrapped in glass (last seen in iPhone 4S) that’ll cut down on the thickness and weight along with other features like curved AMOLED display. Its edge-to-edge display is going to be the talk of the town. Rumor has it that the iPhone 8 will have two variants, one with a 5-inch display and the other with a 5.8-inch display. Both phones are supposed to come with 4K resolution while only one model will sport OLED screen.
The AMOLED display is the most celebrated display in the market right now, owing to the vibrancy and contrast it delivers. According to rumors, Apple made a contract with Samsung where Samsung will have to deliver an estimated 20 million AMOLED display panels to Apple each month. Apparently, the South Korean company is going to be the sole supplier of display panels for Apple this year.
As per speculation, since the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus spot A10 Fusion Processor with 64-bit four-core processor that comes with over 3.3 million transistors. Although it performs 120 times faster than the one that came in the first generation iPhone, the processor of iPhone 8 is going to be better and even revolutionary. The A11 processor chipset will be 40% faster than A10. By the looks of what iPhone 8 might offer, we are pretty sure the phone is set to take the market by storm.
What is wireless charging technology and how it works (infographic)