iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s reportedly on track for October retail
Economic Daily Times, this trend will repeat itself for the next-gen models. Per the new report, the fruit company will begin to sell the iPhone 7s/8 during the following month, though as one might expect at this early stage, no firm dates have been offered.Apple has unveiled its iPhones in September for the past few years now, and according to Chinese newspaper
We've heard on a few occasions that Apple initially desired to have the Touch ID fingerprint scanner baked into the OLED display of the iPhone 8, but hasn't been able to refine the tech in time for this year's launch. While it's entirely possible that future-gen iPhones will be furnished with such technology, it seems that the iPhone 8's fingerprint hardware will be located on the rear. Samsung is said to have faced similar issues with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, which both subsequently sport rear fingerprint scanners in lieu of an integrated, on-screen experience.
If this new report is accurate, early adopters will be able to claim their shiny new iPhone 7s, 7s Plus or iPhone 8 from October. Since we're only in May, however, there's still scope for this to change several times over, so we'll put our excitement on hold for the time being.