iPhone 8: Apple's new design reportedly 'confirmed'

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| 17 Jul 2017 , 05:34 PM
iPhone 8: Apple's new design reportedly 'confirmed'
iPhone 8: Apple's new design reportedly 'confirmed'

To mark the celebrations of iPhone's 10th anniversary, Apple is planning to surprise its users with the biggest launch of much awaited iPhone 8.

The craze of iPhone 8 in the market has led to a plethora of leaks, with users getting curious to know about its new specifications. Following this, now Forbes claims to have 'confirmed' what the new iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition will have in store for us.

The website has acquired the CAD files for the iPhone 8 from case designer Nodus's supply chains and visualised renders on the basis of those files.
As per the renders, Apple is planning to release iPhone 8 with a bezel-less design, contrary to previous iPhones.

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iPhone 8 is also expected to come up with an elongated and enlarged 5.8-inch display along with cutout at the top for the sensors and front facing camera. It will also feature a vertically aligned shooter replacing the horizontally aligned dual rear camera of the iPhone 7 Plus.

The report also 'confirms' that Apple will stick to a lightning port for charging and data and transfer in the iPhone 8 with no switch to USB-C forthcoming.

The benchmark change would be ragarding the home button. The power button will be almost double the size as before and the website speculates that Apple can follow a Sony like implementation and embed the fingerprint sensor into the power button. Apple has already been granted a patent for this.

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While the reports seem quite confident about the specifications, lets just wait for surprise Apple holds for us with this upcoming launch.  

First Published : Monday, July 17, 2017 04:48 PM

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