Indeed, the average consumer will likely find the very high screen-to-body ratio of the new iPhone 8 (enabled by the full-face OLED display) aesthetically appealing, which could more than offset any "frustration" the lack of Touch ID (should Apple ultimately not get this technology to work) could engender.
A Fast Company article on Tuesday said Apple engineers and designers have been working around the clock to fix software problems related to wireless charging and 3D sensing in the company's upcoming flagship smartphone, which has been referred to variously as the iPhone 8, iPhone Pro, iPhone X and other names. The problem is that the software driving them don't. It's believed to be the possible replacement for the device's lack of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
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There is no official release date yet for Apple's iPhone 8, but fans are expecting to get a first look at and more information about it a few weeks before the IFA trade show in Berlin. However, there is now limited manufacturing capacity for OLED display panels.
However, these issues did not prevent the iPhone 7 Plus from launching on time, and the delayed camera software was a minor inconvenience that didn't impact core functionality.
Although Touch ID is the favorite whipping boy for whatever delays or flaws the iPhone 8 might, it is apparently far from being the only source of worry for Cupertino.
Lastly, the elephant in the room: Touch ID. The company may also choose to ship the iPhone 8 with the hardware installed, then patch in the feature. Apple has yet to build a smartphone with an OLED screen.