Jun 10, 2017 03:39 PM EDT
Apple iPhone 8 is months away from launch, but leaks surrounding the smartphone show no signs of stopping. The latest leaked rendered images of Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 hints device running on iOS 11.
Leaked renders were firstly spotted byiDropNews. Talking about the design first, it features the bezel-less design without Home Button in the front, and a small lip at the top edge to place the earpiece, and front camera sensor. The publication also reported that Apple iPhone 8 will also have a front laser and infrared sensor to bring facial recognition capabilities.
Apple iPhone 8 renders reveal new Control Center, redesigned Apple Music tab, Lock Screen, and iMessage integration with Apple Pay, and more apps. Apple's latest iOS 11, which is scheduled to release this fall was showcased at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California.
Moreover, Apple iPhone 8's front panel has been leaked also, revealing a glass back, end-to-end bezel-less display, and lack of home button. The latest report reiterates earlier rumors that Apple iPhone 8 will be having an embedded fingerprint scanner. It points out that Apple iPhone 8 will be having large circular charging pad inside of it to support wireless charging.
Apple iPhone 8 will feature vertical dual rear camera setup, unlike iPhone 7 Plus that had the setup horizontally. What's interesting is that the flash could be placed between the dual camera lenses. This kind of a setup will help with 3D as well as Augmented Reality (AR) features, as reported by Indian Express.
The release date of the Apple iPhone 8 is another mystery with some reports claiming a delay due to production issues, and some claiming that it will be on schedule and launch in September. Apple is expected to integrate an OLED display, an Apple A11 chip, and a 3D front camera as well in upcoming iPhone 8. According to recent rumors and reports, new iPhone could cost more than $1000.
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