Apple has a class of it’s own that’s why thousands of people line up outside Apple stores whenever a new iPhone is launched. The iPhone 8 is going to be most anticipated iPhone ever because it’s the tenth anniversary of iPhone, and expectations are high. A few hours ago iPhone 8 renders were published by Engadget.
Engadget says the renders are based on from a highly detailed CAD file they got from a reliable accessory maker. The renders reveals a dual camera setup on both the back (that bump though) and the front. The noise canceling mic and flash will both be part of the rear camera setup. The back will be made from glass as well, this ensures the iPhone 8 will have wireless charging (suggested by previous leaks as well).
On the front, we are looking at the fingerprint sensor being flush with the screen. The renders leaked by Engadget are in line with the renders leaked by Onleaks a few days back (video below).
Another thing worth mentioning is the change in screen sizes getting bumped up, 4.7-inch version will go up to 5 inches, and 5.5-inch “Plus” version will be go up to 5.8 inches. Do I hear one of you say “But Steve Jobs said no one is going to buy smartphones bigger than 3.5 inches”?
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