This is of the rumors and leaks found on the network that have several key points to know if it is certain or not, never can be confirmed, but it must be clear that many of these rumors or leaks come from nearby sources close to Apple’s production lines or official distributors may have some details. In this case JPMorgan says that the iPhone 8 will be presented at the WWDC of the month of June and will not go on sale until the end of the year, Business Insider wrote on Twitter.
However, those are based on statistics, data or dates of previous years to report a news and that this runs like gunpowder on the network, but it is true that it is relatively easy to hit when you release many rumors And news having a certain reputation. Not to say that Apple can not launch or present its new iPhone next June in the keynote of the WWDC, but given some details, the theory of this presentation is not endured by any side.
on the other hand, Deutsche Bank’s analysis citing unknown sources reported by ValueWalk claim that Apple might delay iPhone 8 until 2018 due to lack of orders for packaging materials.
Report suggests no new iPhone 8 this calendar year. As we have written in previous research notes, several supply chain reports have suggested that key component shortages and technical challenges could delay the release of a high-end iPhone 8 device this fall.
We believe this report further underscores the uncertainty around the timing of Apple’s next- generation iPhone model.
Coincidentally, Tim Cook referred during the last Results Conference to the rumors about the iPhone 8 and the damage they have done to sales during the last quarter, as a number of potential buyers may have decided to delay the purchase until Launch of this new iPhone. With this in mind, it does not seem to make much sense for Apple to announce, present, or advance anything about the iPhone 8 this June at the WWDC, as it would further hurt iPhone sales during the summer months.
In the past, Apple has shown on other occasions a new product several months before its launch. This was the case with the first iPhone, introduced in January and went on sale in June 2007; also with the Apple Watch. But in both cases they have been totally new products and not an update of existing products.
Thinking that Apple would be considering the possibility of showing its new iPhone and then not launch the same to generate more debate and lose more sales on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus?