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Monday, 29 May 2017

Latest iPhone 8 leaks corroborate dual vertical camera

Several leaks on the iPhone 8 have come to light throughout this last weekend, backing the concept of the new design with a new chassis.

The new schemes include various features that have been rumored for some months. They corroborate the idea of ​​an iPhone 8 without side bezels, with a dual camera in vertical position and the removal of the physical Home button.

Most notably, an orange line that delimits the touchscreen on the OLED screen of the iPhone 8. Based on this scheme, the new device will not have bevels on the right, left and bottom. The top will accommodate FaceTime front camera and 3D sensors.

The OLED screen could have fine black non-touch frames

If the new design shown in the filtered images of these sketches is reliable, the iPhone 8 will maximize the working area of ​​the OLED screen as much as possible. However, as previously mentioned , it is likely that the screen is surrounded by thin black frames that will not be tactile, as is currently the case in Apple Watch but in a much more subtle way.

Supposedly, iOS 11 will take advantage of the smaller screen regions in the corners of the top of the phone , left and right, perhaps redesigning the popular status bar where you will find Wi-Fi information, battery, time, etc…

Previous rumors indicated that Apple would integrate the front camera into the OLED screen of the terminal, allowing its target to be "invisible" but in this scheme does not seem to be so.

In some images we see a circle that could be the Touch ID in the back but last Friday we informed about a new leak of the hand of the employees of TSMC that indicated that the functionality Touch ID would be inside OLED screen.

Source | 9to5mac

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