Saturday, June 17, 2017

The first iPhone 8 is surfing the web

Just as before the launch of each mobile device Apple, have begun to see the first iPhone 8 in web analytics.
Apparently, since Macrumors have noticed a large increase in visits of the new smartphone of the 10th anniversary.
The iPhone 8 will supposedly have a 4.8-inch OLED screen but the bottom of it would be reserved for a small functional area. It could be the Touch Bar function or a virtual Home button, so far its features are unknown.
IPhone 8
Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has mentioned that the 5.8-inch screen of the iPhone 8 will have a resolution of 1,242 x 2,800 pixels. According to the analyst the area of ​​his screen will measure 5.15 inches diagonally with a resolution of 1,125 x 2,436. In theory, that would be the resolution presented in Safari and other applications.
For example, to clarify things a bit, the iPhone 7 has a native resolution of 750 x 1333 pixels, but is presented as a device running half of these pixels in each dimension, specifically 375 x 667.
The same would happen with the iPhone 7 Plus, which has a native resolution of 1,080 x 1,920. In web analytics they appear as devices of 414 x 736.
In the following chart that follows we will see how the visits to the MacRumors website of devices running at 375 x 812 have increased considerably in recent months.
Apple has different prototypes of iPhone 8, and surely have been testing for a long period of time. As its mass production is under way, or is about to begin, it is logical to think that prototypes have already been surfing the net.
Most remarkable of all this is that most of these visits have come from IP addresses associated and controlled by Apple . And all those visits that do not come from Apple, do from locations very close to Cupertino, Sunnyvale and San Francisco.
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