According to 9to5Mac, the 9 will be for the base model.'Apple will then offer a 256 GB upgrade (and maybe a 512 GB model) if you want to spend more; the company typically charges 0 more for every storage increment,' it says.Pictured, an example of an i Phone that can include the acoustic fingerprint imaging technology Other reports have said Apple is scrapping the fingerprint-sensing technology all together in favour of facial recognition; however, it's possible both could be included.Another leak from Bloomberg has also suggested Apple's next i Phone will see the replacement of the smartphone's classic home button with gesture controls.The short clip appears to confirm several rumours, including a near-edgeless display and virtual home button.
Both makers requested anonymity for obvious reasons.'But J. Morgan Apple analyst Rod Hall believes the new handset will be called the 'i Phone Pro', according to 9to5Mac.These include:- Removal of the home button- A 'tap to wake' feature- Facial expression detection, which may be used for Apple Pay- An edgeless display- An infrared camera - A 'Smart Cam' - 4K video at 60 fps The source also suggested it will be launched alongside two phones, which will be called the i Phone 8 and i Phone 8 Plus - and, this could mean Apple is skipping an 's' generation for the first time since it was introduced.But at the end of last week, 9to5Mac said that case manufacturers it spoke to at the IFA trade show in Germany has been advised that the top of the range handset will instead be known as the i Phone Edition.Techradar notes the cutout at the top of the display doesn't look to be symmetrical suggesting it may be a fake Several people in the Reddit thread have also questioned the video. Blurring does something similar.'Apple finally confirmed that the new i Phone will be revealed at the new Steve Jobs theatre inside the 'Spaceship' HQ on September 12 – at which point the various rumours that have been swirling will finally be confirmed or put to rest.Randolm replied: 'I don't know, I just don't trust a video that is...1. It is believed the snaps were taken at Foxconn's Zhengzhou Technology Park — one of the company's manufacturing 'cities' in the Henan province, where over 100,000 staff work on assembling devices like the i Phone Here are the rumours so far.Apple's new i Phone, which is expected to be unveiled on Tuesday, was 'plagued by production glitches early in the manufacturing process' that could lead to major shortages when it goes on sale, it has been claimed.The claims, made by The Wall Street Journal, say the delays led to a setback of a month in the start of manufacturing.Apple has patented acoustic fingerprint imaging technology that would be invisible and live under a phone's screen.It would be accurate enough to replace the current Touch ID system.The code for the Smart Cam suggests an array of scenes including Fireworks, Baby, Bright Stage, Document, Foliage.It's assumed the camera would detect objects in the scene to automatically apply the best setting - Apple already uses this type of image recognition to automatically sort photos in Memories and locate photos in Search.