We’ve seen a host of concept images appear for this year’s iPhone 8, some good and some bad. Today, designers Thiago M Duarte and Ran Avni have released their foray into iPhone 8 concept videos, offering a take on what the upcoming device could look like with features such as a front-facing camera embedded in the display… more…
Rumors surrounding the iPhone 8 are swirling right now, but they're still a bit hazy in some key areas. Should we expect an in-screen Touch ID sensor? Should we expect a dual-lens camera on every new iPhone model? We don't have any answer...Show More Summary
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Adding to the cacophony of recent "iPhone 8" rumors, a purported illustration of the layout of the interior of the high-end future iPhone has appeared on Chinese social media showing a conventional Touch ID location, and some other realignments needed for a vertical camera module position.
Answering the prayers of anyone dreading the prospect of an iPhone 8 with a Touch ID sensor on the back, Benjamin Geskin over the weekend took to Twitter to publish a series of new photos purporting to represent a CNC model of a dummy iPhone 8. Show More Summary
Pictures of a dummy "iPhone 8" model appeared on social media over the weekend depicting a handset with a front and rear made of what looks like 2.5D curved glass and a stainless steel edge design. The dummy device is purportedly a "CNC...Show More Summary
The rumor mill for the iPhone 8 is seemingly flip-flopping between two distinct designs for Apple’s 2017 flagship iPhone, one made of aluminium and another more drastic look with a curved glass front and back. The latest unverified leaks...Show More Summary
There's a lot of talk about Apple's shift to a new screen technology with the "iPhone 8," but fewer conversations about how it will all work -- AppleInsider explains what changes Apple will likely need to make to implement the technology, while retaining Touch ID on the front of the rumored edge-to-edge screen on the device.
Apple hires Google Satellite execs to work on new hardware, pointing to satellite internet, and more leaked schematics point to a rear Touch iD iPhone.
The iPhone 8’s design may have been leaked, revealing some key styling elements of the much-anticipated 10 th anniversary iPhone. Instagram user bro.king released some renders of the iPhone 8 that are based on the previously leaked schematics. iPhone...Show More Summary
Recently “leaked” schematics for Apple’s next-generation iPhone reveal the company could be returning to a sharper, squarer form factor similar to that of the iPhone 5. They also hinted at a big change for Touch ID. With Apple expected...Show More Summary
Apple may make the surprising move of relocating the Touch ID button to the back of the iPhone this year, but based on renderings of a leaked schematic, it wouldn’t look that bad. A series of renders based on the supposed iPhone 8 schematic that hit the internet this week, shows what the rear shell […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
We've seen leaks and heard rumors that suggest Apple could put the Touch ID sensor on the back of the iPhone 8. Someone's now taken the time to render what that would look like, and somehow, it actually looks worse than I'd imagined. The...Show More Summary
The latest alleged iPhone 8 chassis leak appears to further indicate that the Touch ID fingerprint sensor will be relocated to the rear side like some Android phones. Earlier rumors predicted an embedded Touch ID sensor in the display. more…
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Dan talk about the uncharacteristic rumors moving Touch ID to the back of the "iPhone 8," Mac Pro hardware rumors, the Mac Gamer, Thunderbolt GPUs and more.
A new leaked schematic shows an iPhone 8 with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor in the worst possible location.
If the Apple rumor mill is heating up, it must mean that a new piece of iPhone information has leaked, in this case the iPhone 8. And this one is a biggie. A new schematic drawing for what appears to be the iPhone 8 has appeared online...Show More Summary