Apple is gearing up to launch iPhone 8 on September 8. However, there are conflicting reports regarding the naming of the handset. While few sources reveal that the phone will be named as iPhone 7S, few reports continuously state that the handset could be named as iPhone 8.
According to rumors, the Cupertino-based tech giant has already placed orders for the A11 processor that will be integrated with the new handset. Interestingly, Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks, a popular leaker took to Twitter and shared a 360-degree video of the rumored iPhone. You should note that the iPhone sketch is drawn based on a factory computer-assisted design schematic.
If you look at the leaked video, you will notice that the iPhone could bear a display that covers the complete front of the phone. Moreover, the dual rear camera is positioned vertically instead of a horizontal position in iPhone 7. There are also reports that the iPhone SE (2017) will also integrate a rear camera sensor including dual front-facing snapper and wireless charging.
We will continue to keep track of the developments and keep you updated. Stay tuned with NetAns.
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