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Latest leak shows two great design change for iPhone 8

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Latest leak shows two great design change for iPhone 8
It’s been 10 years since Apple introduced the first ever iPhone to the world. Over the years, the iPhone has seen a number of design changes and the addition of new, innovative features, with the fingerprint sensor being one of the crucial implementations for biometric authentication.





This year Apple is all set to launch the new 10th edition of iPhone and as the launch is big from Apple perspective, even leaks about the device are of that level. A new diagram of iPhone 8 suggests that Apple may move the fingerprint reader to the back of the phone and the camera modules also appear to have changed.

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"Apart from relocating the fingerprint reader, Apple may also add a dual-camera module that sits vertically on the back of the phone," CNBC.com reported on Thursday. The change in camera modules might add some sort of augmented reality (AR) function.





As per the report published on appleinsider.com, "The patent filed by Apple for 'Electronic devices having displays with openings' describes a method by which various components can be mounted behind perforations in a device screen that are so small as to be imperceptible to the human eye. This arrangement would allow engineers to design a smartphone or tablet with a true edge-to-edge or full-face display."

But the biggest question is from where this leak come from?



A new picture of a purported schematic for the Apple iPhone 8 suggests Apple is going to make some drastic changes to the location of the fingerprint reader.





The photo was published to Twitter by blogger Sonny Dickson, who has published accurate information about past iPhones, including pictures of new models before they came out.

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The rendering shows Apple may move the fingerprint reader to the back of the phone, while also adding a dual-camera module that sits vertically on the back of the phone. The current iPhone 7 Plus has two cameras though the module is horizontal.





Additionally, Apple's rumored design choice to reduce the size of the bezels around the iPhone's screen would mean there would no longer be room for a physical home button under the display. Apple is reportedly considering a virtual fingerprint sensor that would be baked into the device's screen, allowing users to press their fingers to the display to unlock the device. However, some reports have suggested Apple might opt for a physical fingerprint sensor. The hole in the back of the panel in the schematic could be that feature.
But as with anything else Apple-related, the schematic needs to be taken with a proverbial grain of salt. Apple hasn't even said it's working on a new iPhone, let alone features that would be coming to such a device.



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