iPhone 8’s design has finally been finalised apparently, and BGR has got their hands on a very badly built iPhone 8 mockup, which claims to be the final design from Apple. It was built using leaked schematics which were leaked from Asian factories.
Apple has managed to integrate the Touch ID sensor into the display assembly, due to the lack of any visible sensor around the device, which matches the leaks that we’ve seen and heard. The iPhone 8 is to feature a full-screen display, and a glass design similar to that found on their iPhone 4. This phone however will have 2.5D glass panels on the front and back, which curve on the edges, packed between a rounded stainless steel frame.
At the bottom, we see a Lighting connector instead of the USB-C connector which was rumoured. Around the device, we see the mute switch and the volume rockers on the left side, with the power button and SIM tray on the right side.
And obviously, no 3.5mm headphone jack. The back shows a vertical dual-camera system with an LED flash and microphone all inside the bump.
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