Apple’s iPhone 8 Design Blueprints Show Camera/3D Sensors ‘Under’ The Device’s Screen
It’s a weird day for iPhone leaks. We’ve got two leaks for you, from the same source. You can take a look at the first one here. It confirms the vertical dual camera setup but doesn’t show an additional sensor at the device’s front. Now, another set of images show the latter feature. It’s surprising since their source is highly credible, one that I’ve been personally following over the years. Take a look below to find out more.
When we talk about rumors, there are a lot floating around for the iPhone 8. The device is perhaps the most highly anticipated smartphone from Apple’s end in recent years. The company isn’t able to churn out game changing products since the death of Steve Jobs. All that it has been able to do is give us an Apple watch, some iPad upgrades and incremental additions to the lineup. Not that these aren’t impressive in their own end. The DCI-P3 gamut for the iPad and the iPhone 7’s custom ISP are things only Apple can pull off with its laser focus on device functionality.
Today, we’ve got some very interesting iPhone 8 drawings for you. At the face of it, they appear to be no different from the link shared at the start of this post. But, take a closer look and you’ll see something very interesting. Earlier on in this year’s iPhone 8 leak cycle, Venya Geskin share some factory drawings for the smartphone. They showed multiple sensors at its front, hinting towards possible facial recognition that was also suggested by KGI’s famed Ming-Chi Kuo.
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