Apple’s new flagship is reportedly nearing the mass production phase. While Apple has not shared any detail regarding the design of its next smartphone, a plethora of leaked images have given a fair glimpse of what the new iPhone might look like.
The latest set of leaks posted on Reddit shows off the front and back panel of the supposed iPhone 8. The images are reportedly said to be sourced from a case manufacturer who got it from a ‘glass supplier’ in China.
The leak reveals the iPhone 8 featuring a glass back, and vertical dual camera arrangement. A separate protruding lens component can be seen lying beside the back panel. The Touch ID is nowhere in sight which suggest that Apple might build the Touch ID underneath the display. The front panel is seen featuring a virtually thin bezel around all sides. There is no cut out for home button and the top houses the front facing camera, sensors and microphone.
A second photo shows off the design of the supposed iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus that are rumoured to be unveiled alongside the flagship phone. The image reveals ‘rear glass shells’ indicating that the all the new iPhone models will support wireless charging.
Rumours have claimed that the iPhone 7s will supposedly feature a 4.7-inch display while the iPhone 7s Plus is said to sport a 5.5-inch display. Reports earlier have also suggested that Apple’s tenth anniversary iPhone will come with an edge-to-edge display, TouchID fingerprint sensor will be embedded in the display. The new device is said to ditch the ‘traditional’ home button. The phone is also expected to sport glass frame, A11 processor, 5.8-inch OLED display and support wireless charging. The iPhone 8 is tipped to feature a vertical dual camera setup with LED flash placed in between the two camera sensors. The phone is also expected to come with augmented reality features and 3D imaging support.