Leaked Images Indicate iPhone 8 to Sport Vertically Placed Dual Camera at Rear Panel

Apple’s next generation iPhone is preparing itself to hit the market shelves by arriving with various leaks and rumors. Reportedly, the famous leakster Evan Blass shared the “encased” iPhone 8 which indicates the omission of iPhone’s typical home button. Also, one can expect the device to be wrapped up inside a chunky and big case. Now with plausible reports, iPhone 8 renders have appeared on the web giving us a close hint on how the display would be delivered to fans.

iPhone 8 Featuring Thin Bezels [Image Source]

From the aforementioned render, one can expect the all new iPhone handset to come with a sleeker design this time. Having been reported about a bezel-less design of the handset, it is no secret iPhone 8 to sport thin bezels at the sides as well as bottom and top corners. The front renders leaked indicates the device to sport its FaceTime camera in front. Further reports claim while iPhone 8 might launch in September, the availability of the device will at first be limited. iPhone 8 has been massively acquainted the rumor mill, which rises another case leaked.


According to the case leaked by Techtastic, one can have a glance at iPhone 7 on the right, while iPhone 7 Plus is situated on the right-hand side and we come across the alleged iPhone 8 in center sporting a vertical dual camera at the rear panel. As per the report, Apple’s next iPhone will be available in three colors- Gold, Silver, and Black. Specification wise, iPhone 8 will come with wireless charging without the 3.5 mm audio jack.

Apple’s tenth anniversary is indeed a gala year for the Cupertino tech giant. And when it comes to the much-anticipated iPhone 8, tech gurus are awaiting the release of the handset. As of now, the news appears that iPhone 8 might launch in mid-September after the verification test of the product. Until then, stay tuned with us.

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