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The starting price of Apple's upcoming iPhone 8, aka iPhone Edition, X or Pro, continues to fluctuate between $900 and $1,000 in research notes.
It's looking more and more likely that we'll get to see Apple's iPhone 8 unveiled in just a couple of weeks, alongside the 7s and 7s Plus.
In a flowery column on why Apple's mobile consumers are the most loyal consumers, The New York Times revealed its intelligence.
This almost sounds too good to be true, but based on newly discovered HomePod firmware hints, iPhone 8 video recording could get a massive upgrade.
The HomePod firmware revelations just keep coming in, including proper confirmation of iPhone 8 wireless charging and signs of something called SmartCam.
In addition to the general design language of the fast-approaching iPhone 8, Apple may have directly leaked its screen resolution and Touch ID absence.
Plenty of plausible iPhone 8 renders have been floating around of late, but this sketch comes directly from Apple, along with Face Unlock confirmation.
You can still probably expect Apple's OLED iPhone 8 to break cover alongside LCD 7s and 7s Plus models in September, but a wide-scale rollout may take time.
There's probably going to be only one OLED iPhone model unveiled this fall, alongside two LCD variants. But there's still a lot we can't know for sure.
Apple isn't having an easy time baking a fingerprint scanner directly into the OLED screen of the iPhone 8, but at least we know the 7s will pack 3GB RAM.
Could the game-changing iPhone 8, aka X, aka Edition or Pro, launch in October or even November? Will Apple suffer if it does?
Apple seems intent on following the tradition of September iPhone releases this year again, but the iPhone 8 might be extremely hard to come by at first.
Rumors out of China signal that Apple's subcontractors are hiring like crazy to fill the needs of a third iPhone 7 model this year, likely called the "Pro".
The early-year design stage has been rendered by Taiwanese subcontractor Catcher and has been picked up by Steve Hemmerstoffer of @OnLeaks.
A Japanese outlet covering Apple is reporting on speculation that the iPhone 7 Plus won't have the iPad Pro's Smart Connector.
Apple's earnings fall for the first time since 2003. Also, Google helps developers but Android apps on Chromebooks, but will Android and Chrome ever merge?
Is this new iPhone 7 Plus schematic proof of the changes we've already heard rumored, or leading us down the wrong path?
A new theory about the rumored 5.8-inch iPhone suggests how Apple could deliver a bigger display without growing the iPhone Plus.
Will we really see Apple introduce a 5.8-inch OLED iPhone next year or the year after? And will it launch as an "iPhone Pro?"