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A graphic allegedly showing the ‘final’ design regarding the iPhone 8 has appeared online. Arriving directly from Foxconn, the organisation that manufactures iPhones and numerous other popular gadgets for numerous technology companies, the image shows the schematics being then followed in the iPhone 8’s creating process.

In accordance with the leaked schematic, iPhone 8 will sport a 5.8-inch OLED display with 2.5D Glass protection, in line with preceding rumour. It has additionally been mentioned that the handset’s side buttons won’t be mechanical, which means users definitely won’t be in a position to press them. However, they will feature haptic feedback. This really is similar to the way the iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus’ Home button works.

Users will also get a haptic feedback while increasing or decreasing the quantity or once they turn the handset on. The fingerprint sensor is supposed to be embedded in the iPhone 8’s display itself.

The image further signifies the smartphone should come with reduced bezels on all four sides. Also visible is that 3D sensors is supposed to be added to the most truly effective, alongside the speaker grille as well as the front-facing camera.

Since Apple, as usual, has not yet confirmed anything concerning the upcoming smartphone, the above-mentioned details should be taken with a pinch of salt.

In the event that countless rumours can be believed, Apple is going to be launching three smartphones — iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 — this year. Among these, the iPhone 8 probably will come with a drastically different design (and quite possibly, features).

One of the several highlights for the rumoured iPhone 8 is anticipated to be the inclusion of 3D sensing technology. How exactly the company intends to implement the technology in its upcoming smartphone is still unknown. The iPhone ‘Edition’ smartphone may also feature augmented reality (AR) features. Supporting the rumour, a Bloomberg report recently mentioned that Apple has set up a team including knowledgeable hardware and software developers to push its AR efforts.