The iPhone 8 has been the center of attention every since rumors started to arise, last January. We have been guessing whether the next Apple flagship phone will have a fingerprint sensor or not, whether it will be embedded into the screen or would it appear at the back of the phone. Will the phone have a new function area instead of the classic home button or will it have an all glass front display? These are some of the unanswered questions we seek answers to and the latest leak might just suggest the iPhone 8 Design.
A Chinese website has revealed some schematic details that might just answer our questions. They have included 3D models as well, which might be our first glimpse at what Apple is planning to launch later this year.
A Chinese tech blog, iFanr, has added some of these 3D models, which suggest that Apple will be updating their design language after 3 long years.
Here’s a look at some of the iPhone 8 design:
If these 3D models are to be taken at face value, these can be depicted well within the following renders:
The renders and 3D models also confirm one of the most talked about feature. If these renders are true and accurate, Apple has removed the home button and has embedded the fingerprint sensor into the display. If this is true, it will also be the first smartphone to feature a setup like this. The renders also indicate that the phone will have a curved display but only by a slight margin.
The flagship phone is also supposed to have a vertical dual-camera setup which would be very different from the current iPhone 7 Plus which has the traditional dual camera setup. Notable thing is that if this leak and these renders are to be taken at face value, the phone will be very similar to the Galaxy S8 which have very fewer bezels or no bezels at all.
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