Jun 14, 2017 04:23 PM EDT
The highly-anticipated iPhone 8 is once again headlining the online news. Reports are saying that latest leak parts of the said device is spreading online revealing its extraordinary design. But not only Apple's flagship smartphone design is leaking out, the upcoming iPhone 7s and 7s Plus glass design are also making a buzz.
iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are three of Apple's much-awaited smartphone devices this year. As other top tech companies like Samsung, Sony and LG have already launched their flagship devices, Apple is taking its time to develop the three devices. Earlier reports also said that the Cupertino-based tech company tried to conceal the existence of these devices.
However, it appears that Apple cannot hide it anymore as leak renders of the three devices are spreading on the web. According to 9to5Mac, newly leaked parts of the iPhone 8 reveals the remarkable design of the upcoming device. The image came from a source who say it was given by "a friend in the industry" and have been existing for the past week. The image does not only include the aforementioned handset design but it also have the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus too.
Based on the leaked photo, all three impending devices will feature a glass back panels that will be capable of wireless charging. The image further detail the iPhone 8 front panel which will carry a top-to-bottom glass display with the top being cut to occupy the camera and earpiece. The image also shows a vertical dual-camera cutout at the rear glass panel that could be an external component for the camera.
However, it is surprising that the leaked image of the iPhone 8 doesn't feature a Touch ID sensor according to Mac Rumors. Many expect that Apple already finds a way to incorporate the Touch ID sensor into the device but the latest render shows otherwise. Another image shows what seems to be the 4.7-inch iPhone 7s and the 5.5-inch iPhone 7s Plus.
iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus reportedly will feature an OLED display and the wireless charging feature. But, the rumors is still skeptical as of this moment as Apple have not confirmed any of these leak designs and probably might wait for the release of the said devices by September or October.
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