Unlike the previous iPhones, the dubbed iPhone 8 is expected to have an all new redesigned look this year. While the new smartphone has had many leaked photos in the past speculating its design, a new leaked image shows us how the iPhone will look with the display active.
The images show the phone with smaller bezel than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and a black bar at the top of the phone which features the FaceTime camera, and sensors. The dual-front facing cameras will enable a 3D laser face scanner which will be used to identify users. In addition, iDropNews claims that the TouchID will be built into the screen.
The upcoming smartphone is speculated to sports wireless charging capabilities, Apple’s A11 chip, and an OLED display. Another feature expected to make its way to the iPhone 8 is AR features. During the WWDC, Apple announced a new ARKit will be released for iOS 11 which will work with the iPhone’s vertical dual camera setup.
When the iPhone 8 will launch is anyone’s guess. One report claims the smartphone will be delayed due to production reasons, while other reports claim we can expect it to launch in September.
Source/Photo Credit: iDropNews