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This image of iPhone will bring big smile on your face (from trusted Source)

iPhone 8
This image of iPhone will bring big smile on your face (from trusted Source)
Apple iPhone 8 is expected to make a debut in September. Evan Blass, a well-known blogger who established a reputation by accurately leaking images of new cellphones, says the image above is the upcoming Apple iPhone 8.

In the leaked image, the iPhone 8 has been shown encased in a smartphone cover with a nearly bezel-less design and a distinct top notch - expected to feature a range of sensors including the 3D front camera. 

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The design on the display is almost identical to some of the earlier leaks and is quite likely to be the final design on the iPhone 8 as well. While Blass didn't share the name of the case-maker, 9To5Mac points out that the case in the leaked render resembles the ones made by UAG.

Considering the fact, that the image is leaked from the smartphone case vendor, which cannot be trusted fully for the design, but it appears to look almost exactly like other designs that have spilled out in recent weeks and months. It also aligns with an image that appeared in code that powers Apple's new HomePod speaker, showing a smartphone with an identical front display. Finally, Blass' accurate track record adds a bit of legitimacy to the image.

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According to Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo of KGI Securities, Apple will go for a “two-step fingerprint and facial recognition system” for iPhone 8. The front camera in iPhone 8 is said to support 3D facial recognition, and details of this upcoming feature were shared in a Bloomberg report by Mark Gurman. The highlight of iPhone 8 will be dual rear cameras, with LED flash tucked in between the two lenses. This kind of a setup is supposed to help with augmented reality (AR) features.

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As per the recent reports, the phone is rumored to cost between $1,200 and $1,400 (£920 to £1,075), significantly more pricey than previous generations of the device. Last year's iPhone 7 cost $969 for the most expensive model.

Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones next month; a 7s and 7s Plus that largely take after last year's models and a premium model with the new design and technology.

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