iPhone 8: Body of Glass and Metal Premium Version

Reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, has shown a new report which says that the iPhone 2017 could adopt a glass design, both front and also the rear, a similar design that had seen on iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s.

Apparently, after the great acceptance that had the iPhone 7 Jet Black by the public, Apple could opt for a brighter finish this time, and it would also be grating tougher and harder than Jet Black version . Because of the fragile material used in this terminal, Apple recommends using guards or covers to avoid scratching the shiny surface.

A very popular design

KGI analysts say 30-35% and 45-50% of pre purchases both in China and in the rest of the world have been for the Jet Black version, which has suffered a decline in its stock over the last weeks due to the high demand of the masses for this terminal.

If Apple follows this line of design, it would be rare to see an iPhone with a back cover-glass, which does not see it from the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s. And depending on how you handle Apple, we could find exquisite terminals by design and by variety of colors.

The report also suggests that due to the poor performance that has had the iPhone 7 Jet Black, Apple could return to his glass designs because the shiny finish of the new iPhone costs more to produce in large quantities, which would explain the low stock there at this time.

Metallic finish and larger screen

KGI had already made some statements related to this issue long ago, but today's report contains a little more evidence to make these more credible rumors.

One version of the new iPhone 2017 could use in its housing stainless steel or aluminum, tilting a little balance to the stainless steel, which would be a form of distinction by Apple for their phones higher end, as offer differences in using metal coming from some generations ago.

Analysts also rumored that the new iPhone with very similar to the iPhone 4 design, could bring a 5.8 - inch screen , possibly due to a smaller bezels design. We must remember that the iPhone 4 had a screen just 3.5 inches, while new models feature 4.7-inch screens -iPhone 6 and 7- and 5.5-inch iPhone -iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 7 Plus-.

It has long been rumored that Apple will return to its glazed finish, but since then have always been disappointments. However, analysts KGI now show us some more tests that make us think that Apple could really go back to these designs do not see for a long time.

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