Limited supply through early 2018. . .
After rumors of delays emerging throughout the year, it looks like Apple is ready to release the next installment of their popular smartphone device. According to 9to5Mac, who have a consistent track record with being right on things, Apple is planning a September release for the iPhone 8.
With the company’s fall keynote event set to take place in a few weeks, the i8 will reportedly launch with 7s and 7s Plus models. However, those of you planning to get the new device this fall, will have to reserve quickly, because it looks Apple is purposely launching the 8 in shorty supply.
That isn’t expected to change until after the holiday season and into early 2018, as the phone could likely cost upwards of $1100. The biggest rumor of the i8, is that it will come with no home button and front-facing cameras for face ID scan recognition.
Look for possible more leaks to emerge as the days inch closer to big September event.