There appears to be no stemming the tide of the iPhone 8 rumors and speculations. Now, a schematic design of the latest iPhone from Apple’s artillery has popped up, providing considerable insights to the purported device’s innards.
The schematic, originating first on Chinese microblogging site Weibo has now reached to the Twitterverse, with more and more of the ‘tipsters’ posting about it.
Coming to the said pic, it more or less corroborates the recent (and older) slew of speculations regarding the upcoming handset. Primary amongst them is a layout sans the home button on the front (something we have already disclosed), as well as an almost bezel-free display.
Also present in the list is the introduction of a two-camera setup at the phone’s back, which, now in accordance with the schematic image, would be placed vertically (probably a bid towards AR or 3D photography). Interestingly, the LED flash has been slotted in between the two cameras here.
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Another change in this regard is the possible introduction of the wireless charging technology, as the image also shows a large circle at the center of the panel in the back.
Apple sure as hell seems to be in a mood to shake up things to a good extent, considering that the device will mark the iPhone’s 10th year of existence and seems to be moving in the right direction, should these rumors come true.
Well, it’s still a bit too early to extract something concrete out of the collection of rumors and leaks, so it is better you take this with a pinch of salt too.