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Here's What to Expect from Apple's Sept. 12 iPhone Event

Apple is widely expected to introduce a redesigned iPhone next week and Google is set to launch a second-generation Pixel, while Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 and Sprint recently began taking preorders for the first phone from Andy Rubin's Essential Products.

Ever since 2012, the newest iPhone has been launched in September, and based on the growing hype and upcoming keynote scheduled for September 12, this year is looking no different. Apple updates since iPhone 6 have been more evolutionary than revolutionary and this year all eyes will be on Tim Cook to exhibit something radical. Unlike the OLED display module in Samsung's own smartphones, in which the display and touch panel are integrated, iPhone's display module has the touch panel outside of the display, according to a person familiar with the technology.

The issue that The Wall Street Journal brings up today is the fact that the iPhone 8's production has slowed due to "production glitches".

There are multiple reasons for this, as Apple is planning to offer a bigger display in a small form factor (having an iPhone 6S Plus display in iPhone 6S).

An anonymous representative from Apple's local supplier has revealed that the shipments of the 2017 iPhones began from late August.

The bigger change will be in the form of display on the iPhone 8.

Could this be a leaked preview of the new Apple iPhone 8?

When the phone will arrive on New Zealand's shores is hard to tell, but previous year the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were in eager customer's hands a week after the launch event in California. Apple will announce this at the September 12 event, but expect it to go on sale around the end of September or early October.

There will be three iPhones announced September 12: two the size of the iPhone 7 and 7-plus and a larger iPhone 8. Apple is expected to use OLED panels manufactured by Samsung for the iPhone 8; however, in the future, the company may use OLED panels from LG or may eventually produce the component internally. There are also some who claim that Apple will debut an in-display fingerprint reader that, in theory, would work just as well as a tactile reader. Then Apple has a deal for you. The device will feature OLED displays which are being manufactured by Samsung.



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