There are certain brands, that are well-known for being pioneers in specific industries. If you had to go back a few years, one could claim that Apple had been, and would be the pioneer of smartphones for a long period of time.
However, with growing innovations from rivalries, and a somewhat standstill phase for the tech-giant, it seems that in the smartphone industry, Apple was becoming less of a threat to competitors, with dwindling sales, and so forth. However, with the release of the iPhone 8, all of this, may change.
The reason why the iPhone 8 may revolutionize the smartphone industry
The thing that plays the crux role in the determination of whether the device is a success or failure, does not only come from the performance of said device, but also the technology, of which the device is equipped with.
In previous iPhone models, the technology innovation, was mediocre, to say the least. However, it is evident that the tech giant has done everything in its power to prevent the same being said for its new flagship device.
Although, nothing has been officially confirmed by the company, certain rumors, and moves by the company are illustrating advanced technology, incorporated into the device, including the likes of facial recognition software, in order to unlock the device.
More rumors about technology enhancements in the iPhone 8
There have been rumors circling, that Apple has finally begun to implement one of the start-ups, which it acquired in 2013. The start-up is namely an Israeli firm, PrimeSense, which was heavily invested in 3D sensor technology.
If anything, this may lead to proof that Apple might just be integrating, one form or another of augmented technology into the device, which will instrumentally play a role in catapulting the tech behemoth over the heads of its competitors.
Apple has made no comments, regarding specifics of the iPhone 8 to date. However, the company did release a statement through its blog post, which explained a few of the design changes, to which the device would be subjected. Many of which, are a completely new line of design, when put in comparison to that of previous models.
Apple stock closed on Thursday at $119.78, after witnessing a decline of $0.21 or 0.18%