Beginning with the iPhone 3GS, Apple has always introduced an all-new model every 2 years. In a tick-tock cycle, each iPhone gets an incremental update model before it gets a full refresh the following year.
When most people are expecting a brand new design for the iPhone 7, it retained the same looks of its now 3-year old iPhone 6. The only major difference is a dual-camera bump on the iPhone 7 Plus and a new paint job.
Today, Apple has announced the iPhone 8 and although it is a whole new number, it still looks like an iPhone 6 but with more glass just to support a new form of charging. That’s four years in a row with the same design. So what’s really new? Read on to find out.
If you’ve been waiting for a new iPhone, this is it. The upcoming iPhone 8 together its updated version of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be revealed on 12 September 2017. Apple has officially sent out invites for the event and it will also be streamed live on their website.