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iPhone 8 Could Look A Lot Like This:Camera Placed In The Middle With Apple Logo

By Anj C , Jan 29, 2017 06:57 PM EST
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Apple iPhone 8 may be a long way off, but the rumors have been taking rounds, In fact, it's already been introduced that the iPhone's components such as the A11 chip and OLED display - have already been finalized. So it already seems likely clear that 2017's iPhone 8 is going to bring in some compelling changes.

Ming-Chi Kuo, a reputable industry analyst from KGI Securities, has already given us some hints about the new phone. Probably the most interesting clue is that the phone may feature a new "all-glass design." On the other hand, a Barclays analyst recently speculated that the iPhone 8 will finally add fast and wireless charging, that would be a first for Apple phones.

This Could Be Look Alot Like Apple iPhone 8

Additionally, the latest  updates came from designer Iskander Utebayev, who not only gives us a look at what the expected wraparound screen on the iPhone 8 could look like, but also puts the device's camera in the middle of the Apple logo. Ever since, Apple tends to let its Apple logo stand alone, but considering that the anniversary version of the iPhone will more likely deliver a few design surprises, Utebayev's idea of incorporating the Apple logo into the device's most significant component is an inspired, albeit unlikely, design choice.

Apple Has A lot To In Sore To Offer This Year

The smartphone industry is cyclical and also predictable so we're already fairly confident about what's in store for Apple devotees this year. And Apple is believed optimistic the handset too. "iPhone is an essential part of our customers' lives, and today more than ever it is redefining the way we communicate, entertain, work and live. iPhone set the standard for mobile computing in its first ten years and we are just getting started. "The best is yet to come," as outlined by CEO Tim Cook.

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