According to a new report from Digitimes, an iris scanner, wireless charging and an OLED display, instead of an LCD screen, could come to the 10th anniversary iPhone. 

In addition, the assumed so-called iPhone 8 could enter production "earlier than usual" to give suppliers time to create enough supply to meet demand. Apple plans to celebrate its ten year anniversary of the original iPhone, by bringing on big hardware changes and software updates to compete against others competitors and satisfy the needs of the buyer looking for something new. 

Digitimes notes many rumors on features coming to the new phone, such as a glass and steel body with a curved edge display, no physical home button, and an iris scanner as a new way to unlock a phone.