Apple iPhone 8: Release date and possible specs revealed

Alain Brian
Juillet 3, 2017

Coming in to save the day, designer Martin Hajek - who already has a number of eye-catching iPhone renders to his credit - recently published a series of new renders which depict what the iPhone 8 may look like in white.

The power button is longer than the one on the iPhone 7, and the bezels (that's the borders around the display) are so thin as to be nearly non-existent. If reports are true, then it seems like the upcoming smartphone will sport several major upgrades over its predecessors, and chances are Apple might finally embrace the much-talked-about AMOLED edge-to-edge display in its upcoming device as well. That said, this could be the final design of the iPhone 8. Previously, case makers also revealed the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus design way before the launch.

The video is from YouTube user EverythingApplePro, and he obviously doesn't mind revealing his full identity when showing off the model. This means that the developers are going back to the glass back for the first time since iPhone 4. The Cupertino giant might add the support for wireless charging in the iPhone 8.

Another render of the silver-ish
Another render of the silver-ish"iPhone 8. Martin Hajek

The most interesting thing from this leak is the apparent confirmation that the TouchID sensor will in fact be embedded into the display, as there's nothing to see on the rear of the phone, nor is there a cutout in the accompanying case.

If this happens to be the iPhone 8 or at least if the device looks anywhere close to the one shown in the video, it will become the best-looking smartphone ever. The case maker also sent out some screen guards to the YouTuber, which completely revealed the front design. Apple will release the smartphone sometime in September 2017.

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