New Leaks On IPhone 8 and IPhone 7s Include Latest Features and Specs

Apr 15, 2017 11:40 PM EDT | Paula

As Apple celebrates its tenth anniversary, more news emerges on iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s. There are leaked information regarding features of the upcoming iPhone, while there are speculations that iPhone 7s will be released with iPhone 8.

According to reports, the company is simultaneously working on two version of iPhone 8. The phone will reportedly have a Front-facing Touch ID beneath the display and 4mm bezels around the edge of the device.

It will also have a 2.5 contoured glass on the front and back of the device that is surrounded by a metal frame. It will actually have a wireless charger and a 5.8 OLED display.

Despite this, the phone will also have the same dimensions as the iPhone 7. It will also have an Invisible front-facing camera that is underneath the display.

There have been no reports if iPhone 8 will have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor found on its back. Even though, critics are doubting if they can do this since Samsung attempted this before with their Galaxy S8 and failed.

As for the iPhone 7s, rumors began last year when sketches emerged on the device appeared. Apple has been guarding its secrets like a hawk but there are still leaks that popped out every now and then.

Latest leaks suggest that this iPhone will have a curved glass and a metal body. It is also important to note that not all Apple phones might not have this design.

There are also rumors that states that there will be an iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 7s Pro with an edge-to-edge display. This makes iPhone 7s smaller but has a wider screen, similar to Samsung Galaxy S8.

When it comes to the camera, the phone might have similar features as its predecessors. It might have a single lens, while the iPhone 7s Plus might have a dual-lens and an optical image stabilizer.

To date, iPhone 8 is rumored to be released in September 2017. With this news, it is probably safe to assume that iPhone 7s will also be released around that time.

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