Upcoming Apple iPhone 8 Design Leaked with Full-Front Display

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The most awaited arrival of iPhone 8 is enhancing the excitement of technology lovers. Meanwhile, the leaked pictures of iPhone 8 have told a lot about the design of this upcoming gadget by Apple.

According to the leaked pictures, the design of the upcoming version of iPhone is not much different from iPhone 7. The next iPhone under the flagship of iOS has been revealed with the size and numbers same like iPhone 7.

Apple iPhone 8
Apple iPhone 8 drawing

According to a leaked diagram of iPhone 8 spotted by Macotakara, the measurements of the next iPhone will be 137.54 mm X 67.54 mm. this is not different much from the measurements of iPhone 7 i.e. 138.3 mm X 67.1 mm width. Though, the thickness of the future gadget has not been revealed yet. It is clear from the leaked picture that the bezels on all sides of the gadget will be just 4 mm.

Apple iPhone 8

More information gained by the upcoming gadget of Apple is that it would have 2.D curved glass in screen and edges. By looking into all these aspects it’s clear that Apple wants to overshadow the infinity display of Galaxy S8. It has been estimated that the future version of iPhone would have screen embedded camera, proximity sensors because the large top bezels seemed absent in the leaked picture. These bezels are used for accommodating the camera and their absence indicated towards the design of the screen-embedded camera.

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The idea of ditching the physical home button and replacing it with a touch ID sensor (it would be embedded in the display) may be launched by Apple as Samsung failed to realize this earlier for the design of their Galaxy 8 model.

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Written by Rukmani Jaiswal

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