Is iPhone X the official name for Apple's next smartphone?

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With this in mind, it is expected to release three new smartphones, iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and its anniversary iPhone, which is now known as the iPhone 8.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of iPhone in the smartphone market since its debut. These two iPhone variants are expected to be launched along with iPhone 8 during the 10th-anniversary of Apple.

Virgin Media from Ireland has just released a poster asking their customers to register if they would like to be the first to know about the upcoming device, the Apple iPhone 8.

The good news is that we've not got long to wait to find out the truth; Apple has already confirmed plans to host a major product launch event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Auditorium in the company's new Apple Park campus.

Unfortunately, it's still not clear whether the premium model will be called iPhone Edition, iPhone X, or something else entirely.

We can't verify the report, so take this new report with a grain of sugar, but some may think that the next iteration top-of-the-line flagship handset "iPhone X" from the Cupertino-headquartered technology giant is likely the final name.

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What to expect from the September 12 event?

However, Kuo predicts the iPhone 8 will be released in limited quantities.

iPhone X moniker seems the most reasonable option.

"iPhone Edition" has a nice ring to it, and was initially rumored back in March.

Apple iPhone 8 is rumoured to come with edge-to-edge OLED screen. This is as the technolgy already made its debut in Apple iPhone 7 Plus previous year. AR apps too can make good use of dual-rear camera set-up.

Other stipulated specifications include True Tone display feature (as seen in the iPad Pro), a new-generation Apple A11 Fusion CPU, and higher RAM and battery capacity with wireless charging capabilities. This has reportedly been revealed by Robert Hwang, CEO of Taiwan-based iPhone assembler Wistron.

Now that iPhone 8 is only a few days away from being officially unveiled, the entire world keeps on sparking rumors about it.

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