Apple's iPhone 8 Anniversary is expected to be launched this fall, and considering it to be one of the most anticipated smartphones this year, it's no wonder that leaks are on a daily basis. The latter reveal supposed images of a prototype iPhone 8.
Images depict a virtual unit of iPhone 8. Benjamin Geskin says Foxconn has confirmed the device as a CNC analysis model for iPhome 8.
However, you have taken photos with every reservation as we have seen some reports revealing that Apple could place the touch ID on the back of iPhone 8, while false images indicate that the fingerprint sensor can be integrated under the screen.
Some of the features of the device are consistent with what they had leaked in earlier rumors, including the installation of a dual camera on the back. The front panel comes with almost no bezel, fully covering the OLED display. It is also worth noting that the fake unit does not have its logo Apple on the back, while the final retail version will certainly have Apple's trademark.
The unit also reveals a pattern with slight curves at the edges, very characteristic of the 2.5D screens and an aluminum edge as it is rumored. The phone also seems to have a Lightning Port and Geskin reveals that it will have 4mm bezels along with a dual front camera setting. In terms of its thickness and size smartphone, is said to be the same as iPhone 7.
Recent image leaks on the iPhone 8 motherboard and the internal structure show that it will have A11 processor, WiFi module and True Tone technology on the new phone. They also indicate a three-dimensional sensor at the front, next to the sensor at the front, next to the infrared sensor and the speakers at the bottom. An "operating area" with virtual capacitive buttons that can also be distinguished from the shapes.