Apple iPhone 8 - the biggest reason yet NOT to buy the Galaxy S8

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With the iPhone having turned 10 this year Apple is expected to pull-out all the stops for its next generation iPhone 8.

This all-new device could be unveiled in September with rumours suggesting it will feature a stunning dual-curved OLED display, all-glass design and improved dual-cameras which could bring augmented reality to the device.

Along with these new features there have also been reports that Apple will remove the physical home button and fingerprint scanner from the front of the asus parts .

Apple iPhone 8 v Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung has just done something similar with the new Galaxy S8 - which now has this popular button on the rear of the case.

It's thought that Samsung was working on technology which would allow them to embed the fingerprint scanner under the display but couldn't fine-tune the technology in time.

This new positioning of the fingerprint scanner has come under fire with many S8 reviews, including, finding it awkward and hugely irritating.

Early leaks also showed that Apple might be planning to place its fingerprint scanner on the rear case but a new image may show the US technology has come up with a way of keeping it firmly where it belongs.

The images, which have been posted on Twitter by OnLeaks, show a design with a dual rear camera but no sign of a fingerprint scanner on the rear case.

There's no telling if these are official images but, if Apple can create a phone with an embedded fingerprint scanner under the screen, it will make it more appealing than Samsung's current offering.

Although Samsung has included iris and facial recognition on the S8 this technology is still in its infancy and is not as quick or accurate as the fingerprint scanner.

Apple is also thought to be featuring facial technology on its iPhone 8.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is clearly in no rush to extinguish the growing hype around the forthcoming 10th anniversary iPhone.

During the company’s quarterly earnings call earlier this year, Mr Cook fuelled speculation about Apple’s product roadmap for the next year.

“I think the smartphone is still in the early innings of the game,” the 56-year-old Apple CEO told investors during the earnings call.

“I think there’s lots more to do. Every year, I think it becomes more important to people’s lives, there’s more things people are doing with it.”

Apple sold 50.76 million iPhones in its fiscal second quarter, down from 51.19 million a year earlier.

However, the average selling price of an iPhone grew more than it has since the days of the iPhone 6, which resulted in blackberry parts revenue rising 1.2 percent in the quarter – despite the lull in unit sales.

The US company earned a total of $11 billion on revenues of $52.9 billion.

That means Apple missed the $53 billion most analysts had forecast, but placed the revenue at the top end of the company's own projections.

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