A new series of renders based on blueprints have given the clearest indication yet of what Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 8 will look like.
The renders and accompanying video feature an all–black handset with the same vertical camera that has featured in so many leaks in recent weeks.
The images also show an edge–to–edge all–glass front. Although as per recent reports, there is no sign of a Samsung Galaxy S8-style fully curved screen.
As with the iPhone 7, there is no headphone slot, while internal changes such as 3D facial recognition and Apple’s A11 chip obviously cannot be shown.
The renders don’t show whether the Touch ID scanner will sit on the rear of the iPhone 8 or form part of the so–called function area at the bottom of the handset’s display.
However, if these renders are close to what we can expect from the iPhone 8, it’s evident that it will be one of the slickest and most stylish smartphones ever released.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 8 in September, with a release date in October.
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