Deniz Taşkın: firstname.lastname@example.org – Apple’s upcoming redesigned iPhone 8 is currently the subject of much debate in the rumor mill. Apple’s unreleased iPhones always leak long before they’re announced on stage in California, but we’re far enough away from the new model’s unveiling that there are still plenty of questions that remain unanswered. Will the display feature slightly curved edges or will it be flat? Will the new Touch ID fingerprint scanner be embedded beneath the screen or will Apple unfortunately have to relocate it to the back of the phone due to manufacturing issues.
Those are just a few of the big questions we still have, but now a new report out of China claims to have revealed the details surrounding Apple’s final iPhone 8 design. What’s more, included 3D models based on freshly leaded schematics may be our first look at what Apple has planned for us later this year.
The schematics in question supposedly came from inside one of Foxconn’s factories, and they will presumably be used in the actual manufacturing process that will soon be underway.
Earlier on Monday morning, BGR shared some leaked schematics that supposedly show Apple’s final iPhone 8 design. The schematics in question supposedly came from inside one of Foxconn’s factories, and they will presumably be used in the actual manufacturing process that will soon be underway.
The same extensive post from Chinese tech blog ifanr also includes what are said to be 3D models of Apple’s upcoming new flagship iPhone, which will feature Apple’s first new iPhone design in three years. In 2016 and 2015, Apple reused the same iPhone design it first introduced on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus back in 2014.