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IPhone 8 render leaks in Copper; Concepts show elegant design

IPhone 8 render leaks in Copper; Concepts show elegant design”

As more and more leaks appear in the weeks before the iPhone 8's official launch, it now seems that Apple's facial detection system will completely replace Touch ID. As per the report, Apple's next iPhone will be available in three colors- Gold, Silver, and Black. Apple's upcoming flagship iPhone - with its edge-to-edge OLED display - will introduce a brand new form factor for the first time since Apple released its iPhone 6 lineup back in 2014.

The uncovered code of the firmware also suggested previously that the iPhone 8 will scan the user's face even when the device is flat on the surface.

In the video, Winget compares the iPhone 7s plus alongside the alleged iPhone 8 dummy unit.

Furthermore, the new iPhone 8 will also scrap out one of Apple's popular security feature, the Touch ID.

Apple pundit Mark Gurman - who is famous for his sources inside Cupertino - described the latest leak as "a good look at the notch" in the display of the upcoming iPhone.

There are talks that Apple could integrate a 3D sensor in the iPhone 8 which could be used to unlock the device by facial recognition. It's likewise similar to the 7 Plus in terms of size, although it's certainly bigger than the iPhone 8 because of the thick bezels. For all iPhone variants, the wall adapter and the Lightning-to-USB-C cable will be sold separately.

Rambo says simple: "The iPhone will suppress notification sounds if you're looking at it".

The report did not reveal any new features of the iPhone 8 besides saying that all three new iPhones will support fast charging - if customers dish out additional cash for a lightning-to-USB-C cable and a fast-charging wall adapter.

Before Apple initiates mass production in the middle of September, the iPhone 8 is expected to undergo product verification test this August. The OLED version will be in short supply, though, with Kuo forecasting shipments of 2-4 million units in the third quarter. Finally, Chevy Chase Trust Holdings Inc. boosted its stake in shares of Apple by 1.3% in the first quarter.

The same developer mentioned above also discovered hints that the forthcoming iPhone 8 would have the ability of capturing high-speed slow motion video at a full 1080p HD resolution using both the back and the front-facing camera sensors. The dual camera setup on the 2017 iPhones would be vertical instead of the horizontal one we saw this year.



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