Assuming all the leaks of iPhone 8 we’ve seen recently are accurate, with a glass body and edge-to-edge OLED display that includes an integrated Touch ID fingerprint sensor and front-facing camera. But at the top, a complex array of front-facing cameras and sensors will take up a portion of the screen. There will be no home button to new iPhone 8, here are some specifications of the phone.
4.7 and 5.8″ OLED display
Previous manufacturing revealed that new iPhone will have OLED display and that will increase in cost.
Faster A11 processor
The A11 chip is expected to be both faster and more power efficient than the current A10, manufactured on a 16-nanometer process. It could introduce speedier performance and better battery life.
Apple has adopted a glass body with a stainless steel frame for improved sturdiness in the iPhone 8.
The first design we’re seeing appears to have an edge-to-edge display, a glass body, and no visible Touch ID button anywhere on the device, pointing towards an iPhone 8 with Touch ID located under the display.
Camera and Touch ID integrated into display
iPhone 8 will feature a radical redesign, with an edge-to-edge display that does away with the top and bottom bezels where features like the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and the front-facing camera are housed.
No Home button
iPhone 8 appears to be thicker than existing iPhone models, but it features an edge-to-edge screen, presumably with Touch ID built in, as there is no Home button.
Early suggested Apple was working on long-range wireless charging technology that could be implemented as soon as 2017.
Three models – One OLED, two standard
All three models include faster A11 processors, glass bodies and wireless charging, but it is unclear if the two LCD models will feature the same edge-to-edge display for the higher-end device and what differentiating features will be included.