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Two New iPhone 8 Models & No iPhones 7s? Latest Rumors About The Upcoming Apple Line Up

Apr 26, 2017 05:15 AM EDT

This year Apple will mark its 10th year anniversary. Previous reports claim that gracing this year's anniversary celebration will be a new lineup of iPhone models. And ever since news of the new iPhone models were announced, rumors and speculations about how many and which models will be released have been circling around. Several reports claim that Apple will introduce an iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and the iPhone 8.

Previously, reports claim that Apple will be launching three new iPhone models. Two redesigned iPhones (the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus) and one premium iPhone (the iPhone 8) with an OLED display. Recall that reports from Bloomberg suggest that Apple will release a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch iPhone models that will continue to use the liquid crystal display technology. And a top-of-the-line premium iPhone which is rumored to have an organic light-emitting diode display for more color accuracy.

However, reports made by MicGadget seem to debunk earlier rumors of Apple releasing three iPhone models. Reports suggest that the latest rumors came from leaked information from Foxconn claiming that they have received orders of only two iPhone models and not three. Leaked rumors further indicate that the two new models will be a new iPhone 8 and a bigger iPhone 8 Plus with dual cameras. With all these rumors and speculations going around, iPhone fans will surely look out for more updates about the new lineup of Apple's iPhone models. 

It has also been reported that Apple is testing multiple prototypes including versions that have curved glass and stainless steel for the redesigned iPhone models which are rumored to be the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. As for the premium iPhone model speculated to be the iPhone 8, it has been reported that Apple aims to integrate a fingerprint scanner into the OLED screen. However, this is reported to be technically challenging and is still unclear if the feature will be included in the final version of the rumored premium iPhone model.

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