iPhone 8 problems are reportedly causing ‘panic’ inside Apple

July 12, 2017
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Over the weekend, word surfaced that the wireless charging accessory said to accompany the iPhone 8 might be subject to a slight delay. In a new bombshell report that seemingly corroborates this, Fast Company relays that development on the iPhone 8 is fraught with technical problems. In addition to issues involving wireless charging, the report adds that Apple engineers are also having a tough time with the iPhone 8’s rumored 3D camera sensors. This is especially worrisome given reports that Apple with the iPhone 8 may abandon the venerable Touch ID sensor for a facial recognition system.

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