26 July 2017
A couple of days ago we showed to you a bunch of renders of iPhone 8, which according to the case maker Nodus depict the final design of the device. Those renders were made with the help of CAD files, which Forbes claimed to have obtained exclusively.
With the help of them, we carved out certain information which may come out as true when the device goes official. For instance, that large Power button may not serve only its default function. It’s being supposed that this elongated button embeds the Touch ID too. Well, this is just an assumption, though seems to be a valid one, considering the reportedly confirmed design of iPhone 8 holds a bezel-less display with no physical Home button and in that case some other part has to perform the duty of Touch ID.
Well, those renders only show the outer beauty of the device, but what if we want to see how this device will look like when powered on? The same case maker again made more renders, which looks similar to what we reported earlier, but this time these renders show a powered on iPhone 8. Yes, just a powered ON render that shows a wallpaper, battery percentage, and network signals.
Well, looking at these renders today, we aren’t convinced with the top cut out in the front. These renders aren’t new but that top cut out is just not flattering when the device is powered on. Honestly, we don’t want this to be the final design of iPhone 8.
The maker has shown the 3D model of these renders along with depicting how the device will look like in real life.
Apple iPhone 8 is expected to be released in September, though there are many reports that are coming frequently and yelling that Apple is going through the challenge of putting the best iPhone ever this year and this may lead to an overall delay starting with the announcement