Weeks after the first iPhone 8 dummy model surfaced online, we got proof that this is, in fact, the face of iPhone 8. The final design of Apple’s phone leaked online #mobilemagic
BGR got an exclusive view of the iPhone 8 mockup, built according to finalized schematics that leaked from factories that are currently building this fall’s Apple handset. As you can see, the smartphone has ditched the home button, giving the front a seamless look.
The back is another slab of glass with 2.5D curved edges, interrupted only by the vertical dual camera module. The volume button can be seen on the left, while the power button resides on the right, as we’ve come to expect.
Once again, the fingerprint scanner is nowhere to be seen. This could mean that Apple has succeeded in integrating it in the display. That achievement explains Apple’s rumored decision to go with a bigger screen-to-body-ratio than that of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The frame of the device is metallic, not aluminum, a look we’re not sure how we feel about.
Last but not least, the presence of two speaker grills and one Lightning port on the bottom of the smartphone shows Apple’s determination to bury the 3.55mm headphone jack for good.