Case Maker Says Upcoming iPhones Will Be Named iPhone 8, 8 Plus, And Edition, OLED iPhone May Bundled With Free AM

According to yesterday's report, Apple will be announce new hardware products at it fall event on September 12, and has issued an invitation to the media. Many of rumors that the company will debut three new iPhones, we have been called them iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8. However, we now heard different naming.

9to5Mac reported today that at least two case manufacturers have heard of new iPhone naming and details. They claim that they have seen the new iPhone packaging. First of all, the most important thing is that the two manufacturers said the new iPhone is not named as iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 8.

Instead, these people believe the names of the iPhones will be:

  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone Edition

Yet, one of the case manufacturers has updated their internal SKUs based on the information and is actively printing packaging. Another manufacturer has begun to show their labels to their retail partners. The two manufacturers are asking for anonymity. Although Some of Foxconn’s army of workers will likely have seen this device packaging by this point.

Japanese site MacOtakara in March this year, to first mentions "iPhone Edition" this naming. The "Anniversary Edition" version of the iPhone may be delayed release, and ships with a limited number. All along, the other two iPhone will be called iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, and from the current point, Apple may skip the 7s series naming, direct release iPhone 8 series.

In addition to the names, the sources also heard that the new iPhone will support Qi wireless charging (compatible with the existing Qi charger), but the speed will be reduced. The two manufacturers also pointed out that in 2017 all the iPhone will continue to use Lightning interface, but the future turned to USB-C seems to be inevitable.

While According to a questionable report from Barclays market analysts, Apple could offer iPhone 8 customers free Apple Music & iCloud storage bundles to boost sales and compensate for the rumored $1000+ price tag of their upcoming handset.

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