A new video appears to show just what Apple’s long–awaited iPhone 8 will look like, as we count down to September's grand unveiling.
The clip, posted to YouTube by serial Apple leaker and renders creator Benjamin Geskin, is only brief. But it does reveal a sleek, jet black device with a vertical dual lens camera and an all–screen front, seemingly with the Touch ID fingerprint scanner built in.
This tallies with a string of recent rumours, which have all suggested Apple has succeeded in developing a phone with a so–called 'function area’, which will house the Touch ID scanner as well as offering a variety of interactive options dependent on the apps being run by the device.
Geskin has previously released renders of the iPhone 8 based on leaked schematic drawings, giving the clearest indication yet of what to expect from Apple’s new handset.
The iPhone 8 is set to launch in September, but is unlikely to be readily available until October at the earliest due to supply constraints.
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