There have been a few reports claiming delays in the production pipeline for Apple’s next-generation iPhones. But a new report from Economic Daily News claims that mass production of iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s is on track. The new devices will be unveiled by Apple in September and will go on sale in October.

Apple has been announcing its latest iPhone in the month of September, with sales starting from same month as well – in recent years. Last year, Apple announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on September 7, 2016 and the devices went on sale on September 16, 2016.

The Economic Daily News reports that the 2017 production is ‘on schedule’. But technically, a public availability of the iPhone 8 and 7s devices in October would still represent a slight delay compared to the pattern of the last few years.

Apple is expected to release three new smartphones this year. The company is readying two iPhone 7s phones with same design as the current version, while focusing on better performance and wireless charging.

As for the 3rd device, Apple is working on iPhone 8. The phone will reportedly have a large 5.8 -inch OLED display, with very small bezels allowing the screen to dominate the front face.

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