Closest look at Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ yet shows Samsung could be in deep trouble

“A new day, and a new set of iPhone 8 renders are here to gawk at,” Chris Smith reports for BGR.

“We’re looking at high-quality 3D renders that were created using leaked factory CAD images of the OLED iPhone,” Smith reports. “The phone has an almost zero-bezel display design, with glass covering both its front and rear. In the middle, there’s a metal frame supposedly made of stainless steel, curved in an Apple Watch-like fashion.”

Smith reports, “Famed mobile phone leaker @OnLeaks partnered with tech blog GearIndia to create the following video.”

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MacDailyNews Take: This video could certainly be comprised of renders of an iPhone 8 prototype, if not the final product. @OnLeaks has certainly been right with prior iPhone renderings (see articles below) – and at this thme of year, too.

New iPhone 8 renders may provide an accurate look Apple’s next-gen flagship – May 9, 2017
This is what the Apple iPhone 7 Plus will look like – report – May 18, 2016
iPhone 7 leak reveals professional dual-camera system – May 14, 2016
Claimed design sketch of iPhone 7 shows identical height and width to iPhone 6s – May 9, 2016
New iPhone 7 images confirm Apple’s design gamble – March 9, 2016


  1. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover as the old saying goes. Apple has to step it up on what’s inside. I can have the most awesome aggressive looking car, but if I have a four cylinder engine, and bricks for seats, its not a great product. I still believe Apple will step up and produce a great product.

  2. I would rather have it be a bit thicker. Get rid of the camera bulge and put in a larger battery. It will be great if they used the glass from the stainless steel Apple Watch. Consumer Reports could not scratch it and you know they tried hard to make Apple look bad. They can call it “Edition” like the high end Watch because of the price.

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