Employees of Forbes has revealed the final design of the iPhone 8
For the upcoming smartphone from Apple, hopes. Fans are sure that after decades iPhone the company is preparing something really revolutionary and new model will be radically different from all previous ones. First and foremost, the device must be allocated externally. So, according to numerous rumors, he will get virtually frameless. Authoritative resource Forbes has published new images, which allegedly shows the final design of the new iPhone.
According to Forbes, the iPhone 8 will get a 5.8-inch display. The frame thickness around the perimeter will be about 4 mm. the Screen will have rounded corners. In the upper part of the front panel at the sides of the earpiece, camera and sensors on the rendering we see indicators mains power, battery, wifi and others. They will all be displayed on a black background separate from the main area of the screen.
Very curious looks increased in size the power button. It is not excluded that it will be integrated fingerprint reader Touch ID, but this information has not been confirmed.
On the lower end of the smartphone will be one Lightning connector or USB Type-C, and on each side of him are one of stereo speakers and something subwoofer. The second speaker will still be combined with spoken English to create a stereo effect.
Employees of Forbes expect the iPhone 8 superior double main camera and bigger battery at the expense of the L-shape.
Also, there was a picture of the product in a protective case:
It is expected that the iPhone 8 will be the most expensive Apple smartphone in the entire history of the company. It will cost from $1 100 to $1, 200 and is only available with 128 and 256 GB of internal memory.
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