iPhone 8 Leaks Confirms Design: There are so many rumors about the upcoming iPhone from Apple. This came as a surprise as the first leaks of iPhone 8 suggested inbuilt fingerprint sensor on screen. But the new leaks confirmed the next iPhone’s design which is taking the track of Android in the Operating System’s interface. Each new round of design leaks does certainly build the anticipation.
The iPhone 8 has been leaked in a fresh set of renders and live images yet again. Separately, a new report reiterates support for wireless charging on the iPhone 8, while a Foxconn executive is said to have suggested the handset will not come in cheap. The leaks were published by many tipsters as well as sources who are supposed to be reliable. So this time it has been the full live render images as well as cases.
iPhone 8 Leaks Confirms Design of Upcoming iPhone:
According to Evan Blass leaks, the iPhone 8 has been shown encased in a smartphone cover with a near bezel-less design and a distinct top notch – expected to feature a range of sensors including the 3D front camera. 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.
Daily Mail points out that these images don’t give a layered look of the device and are therefore not taken through X-Ray. Further, the images have been said to be likely of an early stage version of iPhone 8 as the codename ‘FERRARI’ can also be seen in the leaked images.
Foxconn Vice President Luo Zhongsheng is said to have revealed to reporters that due to supply chain issues, the iPhone 8 “will not be cheap”, reports MyDrivers. Zhongsheng is cited to say the yields of the company’s new OLED display on the smartphone are low (60 percent success rate) – something another report about Samsung’s role in the OLED display supply corroborates. This could possibly be because of introduction of the new top-notch design by the company.
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