iPhone 7s vs iPhone 8 Release Date, Latest News & Updates: New Red Variant To Be Released In 2017? What Model Will Come Next?

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Dec 08, 2016 12:00 PM EST
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A few months after the release of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, reports indicate that the demand for these phones are now dwindling. Analyst attribute this fall to the anticipation of iPhone fans to the next installment of Apple which could either be the iPhone 7s or the iPhone 8.

Decline in iPhone 7 demand

Apple has reportedly reduced the number of iPhone 7 units they are producing because the demand for the smartphone has declined. The demand is still expected to go down when 2017 comes in because people will be looking forward to another release of the tech giant.

iPhone 8 or iPhone 7s?

The public is already anticipating an iPhone 8 next year with rumors stating that Apple will skip the 7s version of their release. Apple's iPhone 8 is said to come with a curved OLED screen and a 3D dual-lens camera.

However, there are still those who are certain that an iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus is coming in September 2017. It will reportedly feature wireless charging making it easier for users to recharge their devices.

Specs and features

Augmented reality is also thought to be part of the next Apple iPhone device in 2017. The device will then be able to recognize real-world objects using their phones. This was the same technology used by the hit game "Pokemon GO."

New color variant

As for the color options, Apple is believed to introduce a new red variant aside from the current offerings like the Jet Black and Rose Gold colors. People are also eager to see an all-white model for the next iPhone since it has been rumored that this year's release was supposed to introduce a white variant.

A 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch model is expected to be introduced by Apple by next year. Are you looking forward to the next iPhone for 2017? What specs and features do you want to see?

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