Apple launching three iPhones this fall

Apple iPhone 8 schematics reveal bezel-less front and rear TouchID

They also said the iPhones will most likely bear a new type of display screen, curved glass, stainless steel materials, and advanced cameras, of which the company is currently testing now.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone, which Asymco analyst Horace Dediu earlier this year proclaimed "the most successful product of all time", having sold an expected total of 1.2 bllion units from 2007 through the first half of 2017.

The company is gearing up to introduce its refreshed line of iPhones, including an all-new premium handset with a curved glass body and nearly bezel-less screen, Bloomberg reports.

Apple's AAPL third model-which has been rumored to be called the iPhone 8, iPhone X, or iPhone Edition-will come with a screen that almost entirely covers the face of the device, Bloombergs sources said.

According to reports, Apple has originally planned the fingerprint scanner to be embedded on the display of the iPhone 8 as it get rids of the Home Button of the device. Most notably, Apple is said to be considering modifying its dual rear camera layout by shifting from the horizontal orientation it used in the iPhone 7 Plus to a vertical one in the next handset. Apple is rumored to be working on two companion devices, marketed as upgraded versions of the iPhone 7, for which this design could be intended as well. The design could look somewhat similar to the iPhone 4 Apple released in 2010, according to the report. In fact, the name of next Apple is still considering what will be possible the name of the next Apple iPhone.

Bloomberg's report also reveals that Apple is playing around with the camera. The display itself is flat, but curves into a steel frame.

The design features of the iPhone 8 mentioned by the sources are similar to previous rumors.

Just in case you need to be brought up to speed, there's now talk of a special anniversary iPhone being released later this year.

However, the report cites "supply constraints" as causing potential delays that could mean the overhauled iPhone won't arrive until a couple of months later than usual.

A consistent report is the new iPhones may have edge-to-edge curved glass OLED screens.

Industry insiders have also noted that Apple is testing new camera designs as well.

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