The leak shows the back of the phone that has a double vertical camera, the Apple logo and without a Touch ID fingerprint scanner. The back of the phone features a shiny copper, silver and black color.
Apple iPhone 8 runs iOS,iOS 10 and features a 5.0 inches OLED 1080 x 1920 pixels display and a Yes 4GB RAM Apple A10 processor paired with and 32 GB / 128 GB / 256 GB native storage capacity.
The Apple iPhone 8 boasts of a 12MP main snapper at its rear and an 8MP front-facing selfie shooter. There is a Non-removable Li-Po 2390 mAh battery powering the phone with support for USB Yes, v3.0 .
The recent iPhone 8 view also unintentionally leaked Apple through a pre-release HomePod firmware that was uploaded to a public server some time ago. According to The Guardian, the firmware should be disseminated internally.
In the firmware there is an image of the first official iPhone 8 percent dubbed “D22”. Despite being silhouetted, it tells many things. For example, the loss of the home button. The emerging picture confirmed speculation that Apple would soon ‘kill’ a feature on the front of the phone.
Details on HomePod firmware mention that Apple – at least on the next iPhone – switches from Touch ID and chooses an infrared based face recognition.
Identified as “Peal ID”, the new feature will probably shift Apple’s biometric tendencies from thumbs to faces, allowing multiple purchases by simply scanning the user’s face.
In addition, the top of the phone is also interesting. Apple is clearly shifting towards the front of the minimized edges (bezelles), and on the leaked image, the screen looks expanded to the top of the phone. However, in the middle of the top, there are pieces, which is almost certainly where the camera.
Some other information also revealed. For example, the phone can record video in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. That number is up from 30 fps on the iPhone 7 Plus, and will surely be greeted happily by vloggers around the world.
IPhone 8 is expected to go on sale from US $1,000. This phone is predicted to withdraw from the tradition of introducing a new handset in September.