Spectacular iPhone 8 Render Pictures Upcoming Flagship With Full Vision Display And Digital Home Button
Considering that Samsung has recently unveiled the Galaxy S8 model, which is bezel-free on the left and right edges, and has minimal, non-display areas, at the top and the bottom of the screen, we expect Apple to catch up and to craft a bezel-free iPhone or something close to it. Nearby, you can check an iPhone 8 render that’s based on the desired Full Vision Display. You can notice that the physical Home button has been replaced by a digital Touch ID sensor to allow the display to reach all the way to the bottom of the device.
The sketch indicates a minor 4mm bezel available all-around the display. The size of this new iPhone is predicted to be 137.54 mm tall and 67.54 mm wide. That’s close to the iPhone 7 dimensions 138.3 mm x 67.1 mm. Considering that bezels are removed, the actual screen real estate increases to an impressive 5.768-inch diagonal, compared to the 4.7 inches provided by the actual iOS flagship. The screen will be even bigger than the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus display, while the total size of the phone will actually shrink a millimeter.
Fact: It’s uncertain yet if Apple will be able to embed the earpiece available at the top of the screen within the display. Along with it comes also the front-facing FaceTime camera, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, microphone hole and a rumored 3D sensor.
iPhone 8 Rear Side Render
The backside drawing features a major camera positioning change. The two lenses are now oriented vertically, with the LED flashes placed between the lenses. It seems that this adjustment, a bigger distance between the lenses, could help with AR (Augmnented Reality) and 3D features, two aspects that Apple wants to focus on in the upcoming feature.
Fact: This rear view render doesn’t feature a Touch ID sensor, denying rumors that the Cupertino-based tech company could move the finger print sensor towards the back of the phone.