Speculation around the next Apple iPhone, commonly referred to as the iPhone 8, just got another round of… speculation. This time, the interesting whispers are according to Fast Company, who say it might not be called the iPhone 8, but instead, it could be known as the iPhone X, as in X for “10,” since it’s the 10-year anniversary of the phone.
Another interesting idea: there may be a 3D-sensing camera of some sort, which would actually be a logical extension of the dual-lens camera fond on the iPhone 7 Plus. There’s also talk that the home button and even the side buttons could be replaced by touch-sensitive panels. And lastly, the price: if all this stuff ends up in the new iPhone, you can likely expect it will cost a grand… or maybe more.
Again, it’s all rumors so far, but Apple typically locks down the design specs in March so production can begin for deliveries in September.
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