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

Updated On : 17 Jul , 2017 , 05:34 PM
iPhone 8: Apple's new design reportedly 'confirmed'
iPhone 8: Apple's new design reportedly 'confirmed'
New Delhi:

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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