Apple iPhone 8’s Design Leaked
Leaks and speculations regarding Apple's iPhone 8 began immediately after the Cupertino tech-giant was done launching their iPhone 7 and 7 Plus flagship. Needless to say, the iPhone 8 still remains to be one of the hottest topics in the market. The latest leak regarding the device indicates what the final design of the upcoming smartphone will look like.
According to a report published by Tech Times, a UK-based website that goes by the name of 'Screen Protectors,' has made a posting that puts their lineup of screen protectors for the alleged iPhone 8 out on pre-orders. Even though Apple hasn't confirmed any of the given information yet, fans are led to believe that through the posting of the same, Screen Protectors have seemingly revealed what the final design of the iPhone 8 will look like.
As noted by MobileFun, the retailer that deals largely with accessories of leading smartphones, is currently selling screen protector for iPhone 8 on the pre-order basis. The screen protector is called, 'Olixar,' and is made using tempered glass. It is interesting to note how the design of the screen protector falls in place with leading rumors that suggest that the iPhone 8 might pack an edge-to-edge design. The screen protector goes on to reveal that the upcoming iPhone 8 will sport 4-millimeters thin bezels on the front panel. There is also an exclusive cut-out on the front that is assumed to be for the front facing camera.
The design also further went on to attest the claim made by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sometime last week, wherein he suggested that the iPhone 8 might come with virtual buttons on the front display. There is no cut-out for a home-button on the front panel, thereby further confirming that the phone will come with an integrated home button in the display itself.