Apple is expected to unveil its next flagship phone, theiPhone 8 (or iPhone X) in September. As the keynote approaches, rumors and alleged leaks continue to escalate. This week, new sketches of an iPhone, supposed to be those of the future premium smartphone from Apple, appear on Twitter.
Shared by the leaker KK Sneak Leaks, the renderings show an iPhone 8 with a front surface completely covered by the screen. Note the absence of the upper and lower bands around the screen and the Home button. New diagrams also confirm integration of fingerprint sensor Touch ID under the slab OLED of the phone.
The iPhone 8 shown here is 67.54mm wide and 137.54mm long. These dimensions, which are very similar to those of the iPhone 7 (67.1 x 138.3 mm), seem to indicate that the 10-year-old iPhone will indeed have a 5.8-inch screen with a metallic border of 4 mm. The renderings also show a double vertical photo sensor on the back of the device.
Can we believe in the veracity of this alleged flight? For the moment, there is no information to confirm it. However, the American site MacRumors recalls that in the past, KK Sneak Leaks shared documents which later proved to be correct.