iPhone 8 will be introduced in 2018
In addition to Apple’s existing iPhone 7s and 7s Plus models, It is said that the company also works on a model called “iPhone 8” with frame-less design, OLED screen, wireless charging and various enhanced reality features. However, many sources point to a later date for the 8th version than in September. In a new research note prepared by Deutsche Bank, it is stated that the model’s output may hang in early 2018.
The note issued by Business Insider stated that iPhone 8 could not go on the market this fall due to interruptions and technical difficulties in component supply. A note prepared by Deutsche Bank as well as a report prepared by ValueWalk as well as the supply chain.
In the ValueWalk report, which is based on information from sources within Foxconn, it is stated that Apple is expected to order only iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus parts for next fall.
Deutsche Bank is not the first to talk about the possibility of a delayed exit for the phone. iPhone 8 was introduced by sources like Bloomberg and Mac Otakara, which could be delayed for one or two months due to manufacturing problems. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is well-known for his prospects for Apple products, mentioned a similar possibility. Kuo said the large-scale production of the model could start in October or November.