iPhone 8 News & Update: Apple Likely To Introduce An All-Screen Design With Touch ID
iPhone 8 is just around the corner, but the news and speculation about the most awaited phone of the year don't seem to be stopping. The latest being about its fascinating design and appearance. The release date of the phone is expected to be announced by Apple on the next month's WWDC event, although nothing has been confirmed.
With its next flagship, Apple is leaving no stones unturned to manufacture the best iPhone ever, and looking at the latest leaked images, it seems like the company has managed it well. According to I-Tech Post, the set of images of iPhone 8 indicates that the phone fashions an all screen glass design, giving it a remarkable and smooth appearance. The full glass body may also mean the flagship will offer wireless charging.
The set of renders of iPhone 8 may designate a stunning look, but it also showcases the dual camera layout, which is a disappointment to many. Deccan Chronicles reported that the Cupertino-based company planned to feature fingerprint sensor beneath the display of the phone, but other reports claimed otherwise. The phone will be integrated with a Touch ID fingerprint scanner on the rear panel.
Further reports from various sources claim that the standby button of the iPhone 8 will be bigger than usual and the handset may be launched with a 5.8-inch display instead of its regular 4.7 or 5 inches. Other reports by Express states that the phone will drop the Home Button, which will save more space to expand the display.
All these speculations and rumors after witnessing the Apple released patents and leaked images do strengthen the possibility of iPhone 8 not only having a sleek and stunning design, but the possibility of a bezel-less device with Touch ID scanner is also rather high. It is only a matter of time when things would unfold for good, and with WWDC happening next month, the wait seems quite short.