iPhone 8 Features Transparent Display, Apple Already Granted Patent

After the no-headphones jack of Apple's iPhone 7, consumers taught that it would be the end for the company's surprises. However, reports told that the leading tech company has been granted the right to produce a smartphone that would completely be transparent. With this, Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive, admitted that this could be a great hint for the start of Apple's augmented reality.

iPhone 8 Confirms See-Through Display, Patent Already Awarded To Apple

According to Mirror, the iPhone 8 could be possibly the beginning for another great heights in the field of smartphones and technology. Through the transparent display,consumers could already view the world easily. Information attained by using the smartphone could easily be transform into real-world-images. This could mean that the navigation while driving would be easier and getting personal information would be more convenient using facial recognition.

Sources told that the patent granted to Apple would allow them to use an OLED screen for their upcoming iPhone 8. This would permit spaces between the device's pixels be used as a way to let the light pass through.

iPhone 8's Hardware Positioning Revealed, Would The Device Be Totally See-Through?

As per the upcoming device's hardware, the camera, speaker and sensors would be placed beneath the screen to create bezel-free display effect. Also its rear camera could be used to make the device's feature a totally see-through display.

However, it was also admitted that the leaks and revelations are just part of the approved patent. Everything might change or retain solely dependent on Apple's decision.

On other news, it was revealed that the tech companies are testing multiple numbers of prototypes for its upcoming iPhone 8. Sources told that one prototype features a curved OLED display that would have no bezels on it. This is similar as to what Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge actually looks like.

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