The Latest iPhone 8 schematic supports rumors of rear Touch ID and vertical Dual-Cameras
The design of the iPhone 8 seems to have been solidified over the last few weeks if we are to trust the influx of schematics and rumors.
The latest schematic comes from Sonny Dickson via Twitter, and showcases the aluminum body of the iPhone 8, complete with a vertical camera setup, the Touch ID housing on the rear, and surprisingly, the omission of volume rockers.
Hard to tell, but volume rockets seem to be omitted as well. Then again, I can't see the hard side…I'll work on that!
— Sonny Dickson (@SonnyDickson) April 19, 2017
Could this be the design we see in September, when Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 8? Let us know what you think about the design down below, and if you’re still interested in picking one up.
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