Apple iPhone 8 Dummy Unit Revealed in a New Video; Shows Off the 5.8-inch Slim-Bezel Display

Apple’s iPhone 8 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2017 because it’s the 10th anniversary iPhone. Recent reports have claimed that Apple has allegedly confirmed the design of the iPhone 8- a nearly bezel-less design, vertically placed dual cameras, and all-glass body.

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A new video from EverythingApplePro says that Apple gave the final CAD model of the iPhone 8 to case makers to manufacture the cases for iPhone 8. A case maker, YesGo has sent the YouTuber a CAD model of the iPhone 8, which the case maker was given to develop cases and screen guards for the upcoming iPhone.

Usually, case makers receive the dummy model of the upcoming device from the brands way ahead of the launch. Previously, case makers also revealed the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus design way before the launch. That said, this could be the final design of the iPhone 8.

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A few more recent reports also suggested the same design, shown in the video. The model which is shown in the video has a near bezel-less display and a full glass body at the back. Apple is going back to the glass back, which it left off with the iPhone 4 series. The Cupertino giant might add the support for wireless charging in the iPhone 8.

At the back of the phone is the vertically positioned dual camera setup. The flash light at the back is placed between the two camera modules, and it’s interesting to see how it functions. Also, the power button of the device is slightly bigger than the previous generation iPhones. That said, the iPhone 8 is slightly thicker than the iPhone 7, at least the dummy model looks thicker.

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At the front of the phone, there’s a massive 5.8-inch display. Thanks to the bezel-less design, the device doesn’t feel as big as the other 5.8-inch smartphones. Also, the front-facing camera is placed in between the display at the top, same as the Essential smartphone released recently. The case maker also sent out some screen guards to the YouTuber, which completely revealed the front design.

If this happens to be the iPhone 8 or at least if the device looks anywhere close to the one shown in the video, it will become the best-looking smartphone ever. Apple will release the smartphone sometime in September 2017.

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