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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

IPhone 8: new video and exclusive terminal images

The official launch and subsequent marketing of the iPhone 8 still will not occur until a few months in September. But that has not been a reason for the leaks and rumors of the terminal continue to circulate on the network.

The iPhone 8, which many call it "iPhone X" or "iPhone Edition" (among which we include), will be the smartphone of the 10th anniversary. This means that it will be a special edition with features, features and technical specifications never present in previous models.

There is speculation that the Apple iPhone 8 arrives with a wireless charging system , a dual camera upright, and a curved OLED display with no side bezels. On the other hand, the Cupertino company is also expected to present the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus.

Filtered a new video from iPhone 8

In the following video you can see the supposed final prototype of the design of the iPhone 8. It shows a terminal with an Infinity screen that occupies the entire front and a dual camera in a vertical position in the back. Also it is possible to emphasize its brilliant finishing by reason of the manufacture with a new material, possibly the glass.

And here some pictures:

What do you think of the video? Do you think it's real? Are we facing the final design of the iPhone 8? What do you think about your dual camera?

Possible specifications

  • 5.8 inch edge-to-edge OLED display.
  • New design made with glass.
  • Support with wireless charging system.
  • Facial recognition technology.
  • Dual camera in upright position.
  • Apple A11 Fusion chip processor.
  • Coprocessor of movement M11.
  • FaceTime camera with 3D sensors.

Release date

A priori, the new Apple iPhone 8 will officially appear in one of the first two weeks of September. Subsequently, its launch (or commercialization) in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries will take place in October.

Source | 9to5mac

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