This is what the iPhone 8 may look like

Bradley Wint
Apr 25, 2017 9:24pm AST
Photo: Pierrick Pichaureaux

With the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ being recently launched, fans are now looking forward to what Apple has to offer.

Given that their next model will be its 10th anniversary edition, Apple has a lot weighing on its plate. They’ve also got lots of proper competition coming from Samsung, Google, Huawei, LG, and others.

Based on a number of recent leaks, the iPhone 8 is set to feature a number changes from the iPhone 7. Some of those include an edge-to-edge screen, a slimmer and taller profile, a 5.8 inch OLED display on its top of the range model, along with TouchID being integrated into the screen.

The lower end models are expected feature a standard display like on current iPhone 7 models, coming in a 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch variant.

Benjamin Geskin and Pierrick Pichaureaux have worked on a new set of renders based on recent parts and schematics leaks, to produce what might be the design of the flagship model in the iPhone 8 line.

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