Next iPhone could come in “mirror like” variant

Bradley Wint
Jul 16, 2017 10:18pm AST
Photo: Benjamin Geskin‏/Twitter

According to yet another leak, Apple plans to release four color variants of its OLED version of the iPhone 8.

One of those colors allegedly includes a mirror finish similar to what was offered on older versions of the iPod Touch. There is also a chance that it may also come as a black mirror finish instead. Note that the featured image is just a case with a mirror finish, and not a render of the actual product.

The leak comes courtesy of Benjamin Geskin, the 20-year-old student who has become recognized worldwide for his inside information about the upcoming iPhone 8 and iPhone 7S.

This comes on the heels of yet another rumor that the iPhone 8 may not include TouchID, but would rather use some kind of biometric reader instead given the alleged integration issues with the OLED screen.

While these rumours are still up for question, there are other leaks which seem to be set in stone, like the 5.8 inch OLED screen with edge to edge display, an all glass body, with wireless charging, and a next generation A11 processor.

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