Finally, the final look of iPhone 8, the iPhone's 10th-anniversary offering may already be available! The final schematics of this highly anticipated device was reportedly leaked very recently. Industry experts claim that it's from a reliable source, however, it is still considered unofficial.
With what was leaked, it does look like a state-of-the-art device. The upcoming iPhone 8's alleged final schematics came from Foxconn factory. The diagram suggests that it will feature 5.8-inch OLED screen using 2.5D glass. The front-facing camera is also reported to employ a 3D scanner with face recognition capabilities.
Unfortunately, its facial recognition technology may be the cause of the delay. However, this has yet to be confirmed. So far, Apple has not released any word on the iPhone 8's official release so everything else is still up in the air.
From a reliable source, the side buttons are considered to be non-mechanical. Instead of manually pressing it down, there will be a haptic feedback when a user adjusts the phone's volume or turn the phone on. The latest leaked sketch also suggests that the dual camera on the back may be laid out vertically.
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Though the alleged leaks suggest that the 10th anniversary iPhone is considered a mobile device wonder, it is not at all confirmatory. However, experiences from the past somehow relate to leaks being almost accurate. Then again, unless it is from Apple, all information may not be final and may still be inaccurate.
The latest leaks saying that the iPhone 8 could measure 137.54mm tall and 67.54mm wide is still not conclusive. However, the actual size may be somewhere around such measurements. The display could also allegedly cover the entire front panel with the bezels measuring 4mm.
Numerous other leaks will emerge as the months' pass. The iPhone 8 will be depicted in so many versions so it is best to wait for official word from Apple. Apple is expected to somehow drop hints about the iPhone's 10th-anniversary edition probably a month or two before its official launch. With that said, Apple may drop official teasers come late summer or early fall of this year.