Rumors say Apple will launch the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and the iPhone 8 during a keynote address this fall, much like the unveiling pattern of several of its previous iPhone upgrades in the past. The pictures show a new front panel design, one with a thin bezel that protrudes slightly into the screen space to allow for camera and speaker cutouts.
The and are also depicted in the leak with similar glass backs and they're said to benefit from wireless charging, too.
Now a new set of photos have been posted on reddit and allegedly coming from an industry source which is close to Apple's Chinese manufacturers claims which show the final design of the iPhone 8, while also confirming that Apple is indeed working on some pretty major feature upgrades for the device.
On the rear panel is placed vertical dual camera and flash, which will separate the two camera module. Last week, Korean site The Investor reported that Apple had approved the prototype OLED panels for the iPhone 8, and Samsung was gearing up to start mass production of OLED screens "later this month".
The iPhone 8 back panel also contains regulatory information.
The above image showcases the three different iPhones, the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and the iPhone 8 that are expected to release this year.
Meanwhile, one can't ascertain if the iPhone 7s or 7s Plus panels feature a Touch ID sensor, since a protective material covers the bottom part of the panels. The year 2017 is the tenth anniversary of Apple iPhones. Though some leaks have suggested that the Touch ID sensor might be located on the back of the device, it now seems that those leaks were based on early iPhone 8 prototypes that Apple has since abandoned.
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