If The New iPhone 8 Leaks Are True, Apple Is Screwing Its Design
Many people, especially Apple fans thought that iPhone 8's final design was actually set in stone. However, with this new leaked images and videos, the images in their mind is about to get wrecked. And if these dummy devices are true, Apple seems to screw its traditional yet favorable design.
We have seen a few sources recently and as reported by Mashable, a new dummy model has been leaked. The device on the image shows many of the expected features for the upcoming next-gen version of Apple's flagship, the iPhone 8. A report also claimed that is the final design of the 10th anniversary iPhone.
In terms of its design, the dummy device has no visible bezels and has an edge-to-edge display. Aside from that, it also has an all glass and stainless steel portrait that looks great with its margin, a rear vertically-oriented dual lens camera and no visible Touch ID button on the front display.
This leaked dummy unit of Apple iPhone 8 would be a fine fulfillment of many of the leaks that have generated through the rumor cycle. However, there's no way to definitively affirm that it's the final version of the Apple device. The Cupertino-based company was reportedly testing various designs and after all, there could be other alternatives that are still on the table.
The pictures that were leaked are first posted by a user from a Chinese social media site called Weibo. And according to BGR, there is no question and doubt that the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 is the most highly anticipated smartphone release that'll be seen in quite a number of seasons. However, if the tech giant will continue to have an unusual design, fans might have to think about buying another smartphone.
Price wise, the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 is expected to fall somewhere in the $1,000 price tag or above. Rumors about the release date of Apple's next generation flagship smartphone suggest that the firm will unveil it in September. As of now, no official words are coming from Apple so we don't have any sure thing about the iPhone 8.
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