These factory CAD images could be the most accurate iPhone 8 renders till now

By Muneeb Ahmad on
May 10, 2017
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Over past times, especially since the Samsung Galaxy S8 launched, the limelight has mostly been stolen by iPhone. Speculations are running high and the rumor mill is going strong for we are expecting release of the best ever iPhone made by Apple on its tenth anniversary.

Although we have been seeing different versions of Apple iPhone 8 as leaked in different images, these factory renders fresh out of a CAD software could be our most accurate guess about the design of the smartphone.

The images clearly show a nearly edge-to-edge OLED display as we have already been hearing. The smartphone also seemingly boasts stainless steel edges, similar to the one we saw on iPhone 4. The steel frame is coupled by an all-glass glossy back. The camera orientation on the iPhone 8 really had us amazed. Apple is trying its hands on a dual-lens vertical camera setup to get hold of advanced augmented reality related features.

Also Read: 10 legit looking iPhone 8 concept pictures you can’t ignore

The renders affirm most of the information which has already been in circulation for quite some time now. It is, however, for the first time happened that a render came straight from a factory and hence, is giving one of the most accurate guesses on the size and dimensions of the smartphone. The Apple’s tenth anniversary special iPhone has reportedly been measured at 143.5 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm.

Earlier this year, we told you about the gift Apple could bring to us on its 10th anniversary. The early rumors had it that the iPhone might as well cost a thousand dollars, later on, we learned that Apple might try to cut it down. It must, however, be noted that these are all rumors and that we will certainly have to wait till fall this year, when the smartphone will be released, to see what Apple actually had in store for its fans.

Source — Onleaks, Image — BGR

 
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