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Apple iPhone 6s Got Lucky, Older Sibling Did Not

Truly noted that they did not believe that Apple would release the iPhone 8 with 3-D sensing this year and would likely wait until 2H18 for the iPhone 8S to release the technology due to potential delays in product assembly. A new research note now says that one of the key iPhone 8 features that won't be seen on any of the phone's biggest rivals may actually be the reason Apple and its partners are having so much trouble setting up production. The first reports suggested that Apple iPhone 8 would most likely cost upwards of £800 which will make it the most expensive iPhone to date. However, the release of the anticipated iPhone 8 might be delayed beyond September due to 3D sensing technology issues. This is expected to upgrade sales of the new iPhone 8 once it is officially put on sale.

On Tuesday, Needham & Co. analyst Rajvindra Gill said that 3D sensing - which could bring augmented reality functionality and eye scanning to the iPhone - might be pushed back to the iPhone 8s. The new iPhone is expected to introduce a number of advanced facial recognition features, including 3D selfies in its 3D camera. Different models being passed around the company that incorporates some iPhone 8 variant with an LCD, while others utilize an AMOLED board, others incorporate a Home Button, while some have discarded the button completely. Last week, reports about the smartphone not arriving until October or November made waves. Apple will be setting a competitive price range, so a $1,000 smartphone appears to be more improbable, the report details.

First and foremost, while he believes it's highly unlikely, Apple could ditch Touch ID, altogether, and instead rely exclusively on 3D Facial recognition technology. 850 Dollars converts to Rs 55,100 which is pretty similar to what Samsung Galaxy S8 will retail in the United States.

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