iPhone 8 Running on iOS 11 Leaked in Renders for the First Time
iPhone 8 renders have been leaked aplenty, but today’s leak brings reimagined renders of the smartphone running on the newly announced iOS 11 for the first time. The latest renders shows how the new Control Center, Lock Screen, Apple Music, and even the Messages apps will look on the iPhone 8’s rumoured bezel-less display. It also shows the iPhone 8 from varied angles giving us a glimpse at what possibly is incoming in the future.
iDropNews has leaked these fresh renders, and talking about the design first, it sports the bezel-less design with no Home Button in the front, and a small lip at the top edge to place the earpiece, and front camera sensor. The report states that the iPhone 8 will also have a front laser and infrared sensor to bring facial recognition capabilities. As for Touch ID, the report reiterates that it will be embedded underneath the display.
The iPhone 8 is also expected to embed a large pad on the inside for introducing wireless charging capabilities. At the back, we see the vertical dual camera setup that is going to be essential for AR features to work. Apple has almost confirmed that the iPhone 8 will sport AR features, thanks to the ARKit released with iOS 11.
The launch date of the iPhone 8 is another mystery with some reports claiming a delay due to production issues, and some claiming that it will be on schedule and launch in September. Apple is expected to integrate an OLED display, an Apple A11 chip, and a 3D front camera as well.