Apple iPhone 8 is packing wireless technology and users will no longer require charging port.
Energous CEO Steve Rizzone has said that his brand has signed key strategic partnership with a brand.
According to The Verge, Apple is the brand which has signed a deal with Energous. Energous Corporation is the creator of WattUp®, the first charging technology for electronic devices.
Rizzone did not mention the name of Apple, but he teased that their partner is a giant company. “one of the largest consumer electronic companies in the world. I cannot tell you who it is, but I can virtual guarantee that you have products from this company on your person, sitting on your desk, or at home.” Rizzone said.
iPhone 8 Will Be A Big Hit
iPhone 8 is expected to loot the handset market. Analysts Jeffrey Kvaal and Gregory McNiff say that iPhone 8 will be more successful than iPhone 6. “Consensus calls for 80 million iPhones in F1Q18 (Dec ’17) … only modestly above the iPhone 6 supercycle (75 million). However, we estimate the iPhone 8 will launch into an iOS subscriber base 45-50% larger than the iPhone 6 did and model 86 million iPhones in F1Q18 (from 83 million),” they revealed. iPhone 6 users may buy a new iPhone in late 2017.
Apple will use an A11 CPU for the upcoming iPhone. It is also planning to include a wireless charging feature while carrying a USB Type-C connector as well. The iPhone 8, is codenamed “Ferrari”. The device will carry an OLED display. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has speculated that OLED display will bring more customers to Apple, according to Business Insider.
As per the previous reports, Apple is working on augmented reality technology. This technology will be integrated into iPhone 8 camera app.
Also Read: iPhone 8 Rumors: Curved OLED Screen and No Physical Home Button Apple has employed some experts like Yury Petrov, who has worked with Oculus to create virtual reality. In September, a vision algorithm engineer called Zeyu Li also joined Apple. He was working for an augmented reality-centric company.
The patent published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office is also teasing Apple’s plan to create a digital crown for iPhones and iPads.
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