There have been countless rumors and leaks concerning the iPhone 8 so far. It’s Apple’s 10th Anniversary iPhone so it’s expected to be a revolutionary update. The rumor mill has all sorts of theories about the handset even though Apple hasn’t said anything about it. Several new renders have been released online today and the source behind them claims that they show the final design of the iPhone 8.
Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly worked with case manufacturer Nodus to dig information from deep within Apple’s supply chain. The renders show that the iPhone 8 is going to have a 5.8 inch display with slim bezels of approximately 4mm on all sides.
Since the display won’t have any curved edges, it wouldn’t be as prone to accidental input as the Infinity Display on the Galaxy S8. The renders also show that Apple will stick with its decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack and it will retain the Lightning port. Stereo speakers are also said to be onboard.
Apple is said to enlarge the power button on the iPhone 8 but the reason for that is not exactly known. Some have suggested that it may house the Touch ID fingerprint sensor since the iPhone 8 is not going to have a home button.
The report also mentions that the iPhone 8 is going to be Apple most expensive iPhone ever. Pricing is said to start from $1,000 and going up to $1,200. That’s absolutely bonkers but then again, none of this is from official sources, so nothing is set in stone just yet.