Apple's new iPhone is under production now!

What it entails is using the depth sensing capabilities of the iPhone 8's front cameras to suppress notification sounds. With such a tiny supply, getting your hands on an iPhone 8 will be next to impossible for most buyers. Considering that this is the tenth anniversary iPhone, Apple is expected to introduce many innovations in it.

From the aforementioned render, one can expect the all new iPhone handset to come with a sleeker design this time. However, insiders are reporting that Apple is reportedly delaying this plan for next years' iPhone.

This week the folks at Samsung Display are reported to be ramping up production of OLED displays for Apple's next iPhone. The hype is so electric that people tend to neglect its launch mates, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus.

The iPhone 7s dummy is similar to the bezel design and dimensions on the current iPhone 7 Plus. The information comes from KGI securities chief Ming-Chi Kuo.

It might be used to allow multiple faces to unlock an iPhone or to be able to add a face with and without eye-glasses.

According to Kuo, wireless charging will be enabled through an optional accessory that will be purchased alongside the new iPhones - it won't be a default feature available out of the box.

According to the anticipations, the Apple's OLED iPhone 8 is going to have a 3D sensor capability, powered by the PrimeSense technology that is integrated with augemented reality and also the new feature of facial authentication, as well.

This isn't an outlandish rumour, and would actually make a lot of sense if it were true.

As per previous leaks, the iPhone 8 has a rear-mounted dual-camera sensor array aligned vertically, with an LED flash module in the middle. Well, they do not and it is thanks to the firmware that Twitter leaksters keep on digging to find an array of features that will be present in the iPhone 8. And as previously rumored, it appears that the iPhone 8 will, in fact, feature a display that's about as big as the iPhone 7s Plus, albeit in a much more compact form factor. The rumours that have constantly been pouring in have left nearly nothing for the imagination.

Yesterday we heard the iPhone 8 will launch along side the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in September and today we're hearing it's not coming until November because basically no one really knows what Apple has planned for its next smartphone refresh.