And while we've seen mockups before, the dummy images below give us an even crisper look at what the final iPhone 8 design is going to look like. The rumored iPhone 8 will reportedly feature improved water resistance, improved battery life, and support for advanced augmented reality functionality.
The only thing that won't be fashioned of a unique display will feature the earpiece and a series of front-facing circles designed for many functions such as camera and facial recognition.
Rear Camera alignment is now changed from horizontal to vertical, which is not good.
Composite Glass would be seen as a replacement to Aluminium body.
It's widely expected that Apple will ditch its favoured metal finish in order to adopt a glass-backed design that will make wireless charging possible.
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iPhone 8 rumors are affecting the current iPhone sales, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. We're expecting the United States technology giant to lift the lid on the new iPhone 8 and this will be having a giant edge-to-edge display. Although the model handset is believed to be based on rumored iPhone 8 schematics, it is also a non-working version, which means the viewers will not have the chance to see the screen on, CNET reported.
Now a new report from iDrop has revealed more about the size and dimensions of the new smartphone and it appears the iPhone could be bigger than the current iPhone 7.
According to reports, the iPhone 8 details were gathered from the business agreement between Samsung and Apple, in which the former is set to provide OLED shipment to 180 million units.
However, if the rumors are true the new iPhone would actually be smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus but features can be larger in the Apple iPhone upcoming model.
Before this, features heading to the phone will be formally announced with Apple's new iOS 11 software expected to be unveiled later today, June 5. The upgraded iPhone was set for release this year, but the insiders said production has been delayed.