A video uploaded on Thursday, August 10 offers a close-up with an alleged "iPhone 8" design dummy in "copper gold", potentially one of just three color options for Apple's upcoming flagship, AppleInsider says. It doesn't look like Apple will be abandoning those users any time soon either, as reports this week claim that an upgraded iPhone SE 2 is on the way. Lots of details about the iPhone 8 and other devices have been found thanks to that mistake.
However, what we know about the iPhone 8 suggests we're in for a radically different handset this time around.
The iPhone 8 will feature a hands-free way to silence notifications, according to a new leak.
The black iPhone 8 replica that was shown has the same size as the Samsung Galaxy S8. While the iPhone 7 is an evolution of an already good design, the iPhone 8 is the better-looking phone to my eyes.
New products expected to launch in September include the iPhone 7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8, with price points reaching between $900 and $1,100. The device will feature dual-lens vertical cameras.
The new iPhone 8 also a a glass back, and according to several rumours, that's because it's now capable of wireless charging - a most-wanted feature for the iPhone. The image revealed the glass back and inductive charging. This information seems to have been confirmed by Apple's own software.
As a result, he warned iPhone 8 'will not be cheap'.
The home screen is familiar to the one all iOS devices use now, with apps stacked at the top and a dock at the bottom.
That 5.8-inch screen size is 0.3-inches larger than the screen current used on the iPhone 7 Plus.
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