Canaccord Genuity Says Apple Sales Steady Ahead of iPhone 8 Launch Apple stock is up fractionally to trade at $159.83, after Canaccord Genuity reiterated its "buy" rating and $180 price target, citing encouraging iPhone sales ahead of the September iPhone 8 release.
A video has surfaced which showed the alleged device on the quality control line, where an employee is seen testing what appears to be a rear-mounted Touch ID sensor.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will reportedly be offered in storage capacities of 64GB, 256GB and 512GB.
According to a new report on popular Chinese microblogging website Weibo, the iPhone 8 will have the same 3GB of RAM which was found in the iPhone 7 Plus. The gist of it is that sources told Mac4Ever that the event will take place on September 12, which was always a candidate since it's a Tuesday, when these things typically go down. The report refers to the Apple iPhone 8 keynote as being on that 12 September date.
The storage options assumed here for the iPhone 8 are exactly double of the ones available a year ago.
So if you're thinking of buying a new iPhone now, you'll have to wait a few more weeks. 9To5 Mac pointed out that as the mobile device's volume production is underway, there's a possibility that its components would surface online as it goes through the supply chain.
Apple is also probably going to announce a new version of the Apple Watch. The iPhone 7, on the other hand, was announced on September 7, and released on September 16. However, the iPhone 8 will be nearly all screen on the front, a feature Apple is likely to heavily promote in the very near future.
Nevertheless, the iPhone 8 is expected to be available with a 5.8-inch 2.5D OLED edge-to-edge display with 1242 x 2800 pixel resolution.
Apple iPhone 7s and iPhone 8 will have a vertical camera as compared from previous horizontal camera lens bump. iPhone 7s camera bump will become a little bit thinner about 7.92 mm in comparison to 8.18 mm on the iPhone 7 according to this image.