Apple plans to introduce three different models of your smartphone during the conference that will take place in September: an iPhone 7s, an iPhone 7s Plus and an iPhone 8.
The iPhone 8 iPhone X or iPhone Edition will be a model of a special edition on the occasion of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the terminal. For this reason, you will have unique capabilities.
We know some of the differences between iPhone 7s and iPhone 8, but what we did not know until now was that the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus could have two functions intended to iPhone the 10th anniversary.
These are the features of the iPhone 8 which will reach the iPhone 7s
From Nikkei Asian Review ensures that the CEO of Wistron has revealed that the iPhone 7s Plus 5.5 inches will have resistance to improved water (IP68) and technology of wireless charging.
Wistron is a company manufacturing Taiwanese who already worked in their day in the assembly of the iPhone is, and it is expected that they will be one of the responsible for assembling some of the new Smartphone 2017.
“THE PROCESS OF ASSEMBLY OF PREVIOUS
GENERATIONS OF THE IPHONE HAS NOT CHANGED
MUCH, ALTHOUGH THE NEW FEATURES
SUCH AS RESISTANCE TO WATER
THE WIRELESS CHARGING NOW REQUIRE DIFFERENT TESTS.”
Robert Hwang, the CEO of Wistron, added that the resistance to water yes that alter slightly the assembly process of the iPhone 7s, the iPhone 7s Plus and the iPhone 8. Does this mean that Apple finally will include damage caused by water in the warranty?
About the Apple plans iPhone special 10th anniversary, there is speculation that will come with an OLED display slightly curved and with a Home button with virtual Touch ID, 3D sensors of augmented reality, a dual camera in vertical position, wireless charging and new materials.
So far, according to the rumors, the technology relating to the wireless charging would be exclusively for the iPhone 8. But this new filtration of CEO of Wistron has left us all surprised. It would be perfect if all models were equipped with wireless charging and water resistant to IP68.
Source | CNET