iPhone 8 ‘Final’ Design Reveals


California: Apple will soon be unveiling its much anticipated flagship iPhone for the world, and the rumours have already started making ripples in the mobile industry.

The company is expected to launch a special anniversary edition this year alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. The rumour mill has been continuously churning out information about the iPhone 8, and it clearly shows how good the upcoming smartphone can be.

There have been many leaks and half-baked reports about the upcoming device, and now Forbes has revealed the alleged ‘final’ design. According to report, Forbes has collaborated with luxury case maker Nodus, the iPhone 8 will boast a bigger 5.8-inch display with extremely thin bezels and a larger power button that can incorporate the TouchID technology.

Other major changes in the design will be a dual camera setup that features a vertical alignment, a new L-shaped battery which could be supplied by LG and a redesigned stereo speakers system. The report also suggests that the iPhone 8 could be Apple’s most expensive iPhone ever built. There are rumours that the device will start from $1,100 to $1,200 USD in the United States.

The smartphone is expected to be powered by the upcoming iOS 11, which will be unveiled this fall alongside the device.