iPhone 8

As we have previously reported, Apple is rumored to ditch its home button for good in iPhone 8 and the new iOS 11 beta version hints at the same outcome.

The iPhone 8 has been plagued with several shocking rumors for the past few months hinting that the company is still not ready with its 10th Anniversary smartphone.

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While the media is having a field day with the news regarding the delay in the launch of iPhone 8 due to problems with the supply of OLED display, Benjamin Geskin, an infamous leaker has revealed that the company has started production of three new iPhones and the launch will not be delayed.

The original source, out of the Zhengzhou Foxconn planet, has stated that they are currently producing about 200 units of smartphone per day.

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In a second tweet, Geskin relayed that in the recent testing, the Touch ID was placed beneath the display and the company is making advancements in the implementation of this technology.

We are not sure about this revelation and the use of the word “Maybe” compels us to take this news with the grain of salt as we have seen some of Geskin iPhone prediction/leaks fail in the past.

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The production of 200 units doesn’t suggest mass production so we can’t rule the delay out just yet. According to various rumors, the expected price of iPhone 8 is $1200.


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