iPhone 8 Release Date, News & Update: iPhone 8 Apple's 20th Anniversary Offering? All New Design, Made Of Ceramic? Specs, Features Revealed

By LA Zamora , Updated Sep 15, 2016 06:48 AM EDT

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus recent release by Apple has been welcomed with mixed reactions.  Some are still super impressed with Apple's newest release while some are shrugging it off accusing Apple of not having an ounce of originality.  Some are saying that it's not the best gadget of Apple and they expect iPhone 8 to be way better and innovative than iPhone 7.

What To Expect In Apple iPhone 8?

It can be noted that almost every year, Apple introduces a new member to their growing gadget family.  By 2017, Apple will be celebrating their 20th anniversary and what better way to celebrate it than to release an impressive gadget, right?  Tech experts are saying that they foresee Apple coming up with iPhone 8 with a whole new design and features.

Majority of the consumers today admit that aesthetically speaking, Apple iPhone 7 has no major difference with the iPhone 6.  In fact, for the iPhone 4 up to iPhone 7, the thinness and width of the device had minimal changes.  Well, aside from the materials used, the four generations of iPhones have no major difference with each other at a quick glance.  The iPhone 8 will hopefully break the monotony of Apple gadgets.

In order for iPhone 8 to break the monotony of its predecessors, it is expected to come out in a new design.  Of course, it will still bear the standard elements of an Apple gadget but less boring.  In terms of its software, iPhone 8 is expected to be more app-friendly and less restricting to Apple users.

As of now, the Cupertino company still hasn't made any announcements on the making of iPhone 8.  Perhaps the company is still busy stabilizing their profits with the current release of iPhone 7.  As of now, the consumers can only hope that Apple iPhone 8 will be a worthy gadget to be released for the company's 20th anniversary next year. 

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