IPhone 8 Front and Back Panel Leaked Images Reveal Bezel-Less Design

Lynne Hanson
June 14, 2017

The front and back covers for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s have allegedly been leaked.

The latest information pertaining to the Apple iPhone 8 has been found on Reddit. The glass panel on the left features a almost bezel-less design, save for a cutout at the top to house the smartphone's earpiece and selfie camera.

The front panel clearly shows no space for a home button, and there's no cut out on the rear panel either. The component notably has a vertical dual lens cutout, with the actual component seen on the side. The camera ring on the back shows two sensors, with flash sitting between the two. There have been rumors that the sensor may sit on the back of the phone, but it now looks like Apple will, after all, integrate the hardware under the screen like early rumors suggested. The iPhone 8 might just debut that technology altogether.

The two smartphones have been rumored to be launching alongside the OLED iPhone 8. Except, perhaps, for the fact that there will be little to no difference between this year's iPhone generation and their predecessors in terms of design.

As far as a release date is concerned, some reports claimed that the iPhone 8 release was being pushed back to October or November due to some production challenges.

IPhone 8 Front and Back Panel Leaked Images Reveal Bezel-Less Design

Various reports, such as from ValueWalk, have claimed that Apple may only have a very few number of iPhone 8 units on hand after the September announcement. Those cases appear to come with the same designs as the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

The iPhone 7S has a single camera lens on the back while its bigger sibling sports a horizontally placed dual camera system. This time, a new set of images may have just revealed the design of Apple's forthcoming flagship.

And below is a photo of the iPhone 8 frame alongside what we believe are frames for the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.

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