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iPhone 8 Prototype has Emerged

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iPhone 8 is one of the most anticipated devices of 2017 and now a promising prototype has emerged.

Leaks and rumours have been surfacing the web for a couple months now, however they were a bit sceptical. This leak actually looks like something that Apple will release. The comapany have been trying to put a stop to leaks, as its messing up sales with its current product line. Thats why we have not been seeing a lot of leaks and rumors for the iPhones recently.

iPhone 8 comparison to iPhone 7Plus

The video gives the best look at the alleged iPhone 8 , you will notice a slim bezel along the sides, as well a all glass black and a vertical camera setup. The camera does have a bump and some people are already not liking this.

At the sides, there are volume buttons and a mute switch on the left, with an elongated power button and a SIM tray on the right.At the sides, there are volume buttons and a mute switch on the left, with an elongated power button and a SIM tray on the right.

The video also takes a ruler to the device to see just how big it’s going to be. The measurements here show the device as coming in at 143.50 x 71.03 x 7.46 mm. The design of the phone looks really nice, im a fan of it. I really want to see the fingerprint sensor added into the screen, not in the power button. The device shown in this video is manufactured via CNC process. It is based upon 3D CAD sourced directly from the factory in charge of building the new iPhone.

With the announcement of iOS 11 we will start to gradually see more leaks of the upcoming iPhone as it will be going into the testing stages.

Apple has released its iPhone updates in September in the last few years, so we expect to see the the new lineup unveiled in September of 2017, but there have been many rumors pointing towards launch delays and supply shortages.

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  • Show Box

    The analysts also believe that the iPhone 8 will use a “revolutionary” front camera that features 3D-sensing capabilities. This could be used to determine depth and location of objects in a 3Dspace, allowing for interesting augmented reality applications in the future. Great article so i like it post. thanks for sharing.