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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

New filtered images of iPhone 8 glass and more thickness

Over the last few months we have seen all sorts of leaks with prototypes , sketches and images of the Apple iPhone 8. And now, new renders have come out courtesy of Onleaks .

These new renders are based on filtered CAD images and could offer one of the most accurate and detailed samples of the iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone Edition or as it ends up being called the Apple special edition smartphone.

In the images you will see an iPhone 8 with a large OLED display from edge to edge and without side bezels, a glass chassis with a glossy finish , a slightly higher thickness than current models and a dual vertical cam with a protrusion.

We could be witnessing the new Apple iPhone 8

Adhered to the glass back cover and the OLED screen without side bezels we can see some stainless steel edges that remind us in a way to the iPhone 4.

As for the dual camera in a vertical position , its design has changed or could change because Apple wants to implement virtual reality and / or augmented reality functions in the terminal hardware.

Interestingly, one of the things that is not very clear in these new filtered images is the location of the Touch ID feature. It was rumored recently that Apple could implement the fingerprint sensor on the back of the device, but it is also speculated that it will be integrated into the OLED screen.

Will the iPhone 8 be any higher than the iPhone 7?

As the images are based on CAD sketches we can obtain more information about their measurements. This supposed iPhone 8 measures 14.35 cm. Long and 7.9 cm. Wide and has 7.7 mm. Of thickness .

The iPhone 7 has a thickness of 7.1 millimeters, while the iPhone 7 Plus has a thickness of 7.3 millimeters. The difference is not so great, but it is remarkable.

It is important to keep in mind that Apple is working with several prototypes of the iPhone 8, so these images (although they may be real) do not show that the new smartphone is identical.

Source | 9to5mac

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