Just as the buzz about iPhone 7 features, the hype about the S8 and other exploding Samsung devices died down, Apple dropped bomb after bomb about their revolutionary iPhone 8. With the launch just a week away, the question on everyone’s lips is “So what can we expect?” Based on the buzz and excitement, I personally am hoping for an in-built toaster and possibly a self-charging mechanism. Over-optimistic? I dunno, let’s see…
The fabled release date
Strangely, Apple has not yet commented on the accuracy of the rumored release dates. However, insiders from all walks of life, ranging from the Wall Street Journal to Apple Leaks and MacRumours have confirmed that the launch date for this fabled phone is September 12th, less than a week from today.
And why is this year so special? Well, 2017 marks the 10 year anniversary if the iPhone, June 29th to be precise. And this anniversary calls for a phone that will defy all odds, exceed all expectations and wow any user, even hardened Android-lovers. So maybe my toaster and self-charging expectations aren’t too far off after all?
Release vs Launch
So does that mean Canadians can get their iPhone 8 in but a few sleeps? No, sadly not. Bear in mind that the launch date merely signifies the day that Apple officially tells us everything we already know and speculate. If we look at the previous launch and release dates, then we can assume fairly safely that the iPhone 8 itself will be released to the public around September 23rd.
That is, given the buzz, hype and anticipation, quite a while away still! And what better to do to pass the wait than to spin some reels and win some jackpots at the Red Flush Online Casino! Did you know that you can use your phone to explore the casino too? Join the Red Flush Canadian mobile casino and claim your bonus TODAY!
The iPhone 8 features
The buzz around the iPhone’s all-glass body and end-to-end OLED display are never-ending. I am however still awaiting confirmation of the possibility of an integrated toaster…
- 8″ OLED display
- Faster A11 processor
- Glass body
- Edge-to-edge display
- Facial Recognition, perhaps replacing Touch ID
- No Home button
- Wireless charging
- Three models – One OLED, two standard
Let’s count the sleeps then. I don’t know about you, but I sure am excited to get my hands on this piece of tech!