You can check out our iPhone 8 rumor roundup here. And here's more on what the new phone may or may not be called. Apple event: What we expect at the big Sept. 12 iPhone (and more) launch. Goodbye, home button? Get ready for the iPhone's biggest change ever. An alleged leak reveals many features expected to be unveiled at Apple's Sept. 12 event, including new AirPods and animated emojis that react to your expressions. Will Apple's upcoming iPhone let you turn yourself into an animated monkey when messaging friends? Let's just say you wouldn't exactly be bananas if you said yes.
That's one of several new software and hardware features being dissected on social media following an alleged leak of the final build of iOS iphone 8 plus clear barely there case 11, the mobile operating system that'll run the iPhone, News of the leak, along with images, comes courtesy of 9to5Mac and iOS developers Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo, Rambo and Troughton-Smith are the same coders who extracted previously unannounced details from a similarly premature firmware update for the new HomePod smart speaker in late July..
CNET cannot independently verify the accuracy of the reported leak, and Apple has not responded to our request for comment. That said, the bulk of the new info seems to come from iOS developers Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo, the same eagle-eyed coders who found a boatload of information from the similar HomePod firmware leak in late July. Chief among the info that's been flooding Twitter today is possible evidence of the names of the new iPhones. According to Troughton-Smith, the code indicates that the top-end iPhone will be called "iPhone X," while the step-down models will be called iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
That somewhat upends the conventional wisdom of the past several months, where the internet community had effectively dubbed the top-end model -- presumed to have a big OLED screen and facial recognition in place of the traditional Touch ID home button -- as the "iPhone 8." And by that logic, the stepdown models -- presumed to iphone 8 plus clear barely there case be traditional "S phone" upgrades we get in odd-numbered years -- were generally referred to as "iPhone 7S" and "iPhone 7S Plus."Now, however, it sounds like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be the "conventional" iPhones, while the iPhone X will be the hard-to-get super iPhone..
To some degree, it makes sense. The iPhones that will be widely available to buy will have a "newness" to them that often seems lacking in an S model. And the iPhone X -- which is already assumed to be in short supply, and possibly delayed -- gets a cool designation that conveys both "experimental" and "10," the latter a nod to the iPhone's 10th anniversary. Of course, "iPhone X" rekindles the pronunciation snafu that dogged the OS X operating system for years. Intended as "10," it was widely mispronounced as "OS ex" for years, to the point that Apple rebranded its computer operating system as simply MacOS in 2016.
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