When Apple takes the stage on September 12, the company is widely expected to unveil a slate of new iPhone models—and one of which will apparently be known as the iPhone 8.
According to a box label, which appeared on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, the device will feature 64GB of internal storage and come in Space Gray.
Although the label purports to confirm the iPhone 8 name, that doesn’t mean it’s the high-end iPhone everyone is expecting. There have been a few suggestions that that device, which will feature an edge-to-edge OLED display, will be called the iPhone 8 Edition.
If true, the iPhone 8 could simply be the successor to the iPhone 7, which would mean there may not be an “S” upgrade this year. That’s just speculation on our part, but it’s one possibility.
What we do know is that Apple’s iPhone 8 will be the headlining flagship among this year’s update, while the other iPhone models will also see internal upgrades, along with the addition of wireless charging.
Whatever branding Apple goes with, we’ll get the final answer at Tuesday’s event.