In a somewhat unprecedented move, Apple has stuck to the design of the iPhone 6 for the past 3 models – the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, and the iPhone 7, leading many to call the company boring. However if the rumors are true, all of that is expected to change with the iPhone 8 which is rumored to usher in a bunch of new features and design changes.

In a post on Cult of Mac, the publication claims to have gotten their hands on leaked schematics direct from Apple’s factories that supposedly show off what the iPhone 8 will look like. In the process they have also made 3D printed models that are based off those schematics to give us an idea of what they might look like in real-life, which you can check out in the video above.

Of course we can’t say for sure if what we’re seeing is really based on leaked schematics or if maybe they were fed wrong information. However for the most part it does line up with what we’ve seen so far, such as a display with almost no bezels on its side, a vertical dual camera setup, and no home button.

Thankfully these renders don’t show a rear-facing Touch ID which is what some of the rumors are claiming it will have. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys make of the iPhone 8 should it really look like this? Yay, or nay?

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