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iPhone 8’s most revolutionary rumored feature probably isn’t happening

A few weeks ago, Brian Roemmele penned widely circulated post on Quora articulating a number of reasons why Apple's next-gen iPhone, a device likely to be called the iPhone 8, will be made out of "stunning ceramic." While specifically touting the mechanical strength and toughness of zirconium ceramics, Roemmele simultaneously relied upon a number of loosely connected patent filings from Apple to further justify his rather bold prediction.
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