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iPhone 8 new leaks shows great feature of its display

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iPhone 8 new leaks shows great feature of its display
Apple’s 10th-anniversary edition iPhone has attracted a lot of speculations and the latest one comes in the form of leaked images from two technology blogs. The device which might be known as iPhone 8 or iPhone X, will be groundbreaking from Apple point of view.





In the recent leaks from, Mobile phone leaker @OnLeaks and tech blog @GearIndia posted a series of high-quality renders on Tuesday that claims to be based on leaked factory CAD images of Apple’s upcoming OLED iPhone.






The iPhone 8, as per the renders, is seen sporting a sleek all-glass body with just the right amount of curves to make it stand neck-to-neck with Samsung's Galaxy S8 (and Galaxy S8+). It isn't exactly clear whether it's actually all-glass because the Jet Black edition of the incumbent iPhone 7 looks dangerously like it's sporting an all-glass body. Only it isn't. The Jet Black edition of the incumbent iPhone 7 is actually all-metal. It has been polished to such an extent that it gives out the impression that it's all-glass. The iPhone 8 could follow the same route. Having said that, it has been long rumored that the next iPhone - especially the anniversary edition - would hone an all-glass body.





Another thing to note about the next iPhone, as per the renders, is the lack of any physical home button. It seems Apple might just have found a way to embed it within the screen on the front without a dedicated area assigned to it. The current-generation iPhone 7 comes with a Force-Touch enabled home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner. But, there's still a dedicated area cut out on the glass for the purpose.






The next iPhone, as per the renders, is also seen sporting a vertically aligned dual camera system. The flash is located in the middle of the two cameras and there is a significant bulge which would be hard to ignore. In the current model, the iPhone 7 Plus, comes with a horizontally aligned dual camera system. The iPhone 7, on the other hand, comes with only one camera on the rear.


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