The iPhone 8 from Apple is the most discussed smartphone in the recent days due to increasing rumors about the company's upcoming smartphone. Earlier reports believe that the Cupertino giant will be unveiling their new smartphones in September this year alongside other popular products like the Mac Pro and refreshed models of their iMac all-in-one desktops.

Apple is believed to be testing numerous prototypes in order to create a new and unique smartphone by ditching the existing design that has been carried forward for three smartphone generations now. A report from Forbes reveals JPMorgan claims to have some details about the upcoming iPhone 8 that will likely be bundled with Apple's latest AirPods. While the company is struggling to fulfill consumer demands for their new wireless product, such a claim seems a bit satirical.

It may be true that Apple fans are enraged at the lack of proper stocks for the AirPods but considering the target sales for the iPhone 8 to exceed around a minimum of 60-80million units in the first couple of months, it's indeed challenging for Apple to stock so many AirPods in order to offer them part of the package.

9To5Mac reports that the two other smartphones being released alongside the iPhone 8 will be the iPhone 7s and the 7s Plus that will retain the same hardware design as the existing iPhone 7 smartphones. JPMorgan's claims that the iPhone 8 will be using an L-shaped battery in order to achieve better display on time seems to be true at least looking at other rumors on the internet.

They also allege that the iPhone 8 will have a stainless steel mesh and glass in order to offer wireless charging for their user base. The device is expected to have a display size of 5.8-inches with an edge-to-edge panel seen in the existing Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphones.