Apple iPhone 8 has been in the rumour world for quite some time now and the latest image renders, courtesy of OnLeaks and MySmartPrice, reveals an edge to edge display along with a dual-camera setup at the back. Have a look at these image renders.
The volume rockers are located on the left side along with a fairly long power button on the right side indicating a possibility of fingerprint scanner being embedded on it. Else, there is no Home Button and the famous touch ID is nowhere to be seen on the rear panel as well. However, the rumours suggesting a fingerprint scanner placed inside the display can come out to be true as well.
At the back, we have the Apple logo along with a vertical dual-camera setup with LED flash placed between the two sensors. Apple is likely to include an AMOLED panel this time, but, the displaying being curved doesn’t seem to be an authentic take, right now. That said, none of these renders is meant to be taken as a final draft even though OnLeaks have done a pretty good job of throwing out such renders in the past. Apple have been experimenting a lot with the next iPhone and there is a possibility that this might just be a prototype, so hold your expectations just a bit.
Nevertheless, most of therecent rumours have specifically pointed on two features of the upcoming iPhone 8, one being an edge-to-edge display while the other one being a vertical dual-camera setup at the back.
Meanwhile, the availability can be an issue this time because a recent report from the famous newspaper Nikkei suggested that Apple is facing some issues with the display panels, wireless charging and PCBs which is why the next iPhone 8 launch might be pushed back to November or even December if things doesn’t go according to the plan. While the increment updates i.e. iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will follow the same trend of a possible fall launch.
On completing its 10 years of iPhone, Apple is surely planning something big this year and the upcoming iPhone 8 or whatever it is called, will have to special in every sense if it has to live up to the expectation.