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Recent leaks confirm many features of iPhone 8

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Recent leaks confirm many features of iPhone 8 (image source Nodus and Gordon Kelly)
Most awaited smartphone from Apple, which is 10th edition iPhone, the iPhone 8 isn't expected for at least another couple of months, but we may already have a good idea of what it looks like. If you have read our last week post where we have covered about the finalization of iPhone design but not many details were shared.

The previous report came courtesy of Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly, who published a new series of iPhone 8 renders in partnership with high-end Apple accessory maker Nodus.

The images were said to be based on CAD (computer-aided design) files direct from the iPhone 8 supply chain, and now Kelly and Nodus have produced further renders.

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Kelly says he has ‘delved deeper’ into Apple’s supply chain to bring the updated renders and new details to light, claiming the company will indeed be pushing forward with a radical redesign for the next iPhone.

Claiming to show off a “finalized hardware design”, the new images show the 5.8-inch display with a reduced bezel that measures about 4mm on all sides.

But if you see this news was reported earlier as well, so what makes it new? As per Kelly, the 4mm size is designed to limit accidental user input when handling the phone. If you see the 4mm bezel can solve the biggest issue newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 +.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ offers the almost full facing screen, the display is very impressive which company call as infinity display. But the biggest problem is its surface area, because of the bigger surface area sometimes users accidentally hit on-screen commands.

The image shared is also showing off the purported bottom edge of the iPhone 8 shows the same Lightning port that appeared on the previous handset – though it’s claimed USB-C support could be present on the wall plug “as part of a wider move to finally adopt fast charging”.

Also shown off in these new renders are stereo speakers which make use of an amplified earpiece, and the same enlarged the power button we saw in the previous renders.

Numerous rumors have been circulating concerning the integration of Touch ID technology, what with Apple heavily rumored to be removing the home button on the next iPhone.

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This enlarged power button could be in place to give the company a way of keeping the fingerprint-sensing tech on board if it fails to integrate it into the display – as many analysts have predicted.

Kelly also claims the battery life will “improve significantly” on the new device, thanks to a new L-shaped cell configuration that should mean the phone will be able to outdo the iPhone 7 Plus when it comes to maintaining its charge. 

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