Winget released a similar video earlier this week, offering a glimpse at other "iPhone 8" mockups as well as the LCD-based "iPhone 7s" and "7s Plus". As part of the celebration, Apple is tipped to be plotting a major redesign of the iPhone, ushering in a new age of bezel-free Apple smartphones. Sure, it was a good-looking handset, but it seemed to look nearly identical to the iPhone 6s before it - minus a headphone jack, of course.
The iPhone 8 with OLED screen is reportedly in mass production since this week. The iPhone 8 has a vertically aligned dual camera sensor while the 7S Plus has a similar horizontally aligned camera sensor as we saw in the iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 7 was great, and a good refinement of the iPhone 6, but the iPhone 8 looks like the step up we've been waiting for. The inclusion of a glass back should lend a more premium feel to the new handset, and you just can't beat an edge-to-edge screen.
UI designers start to have fun with the iPhone 8 notch and bunny ears screen layout.
The iconic physical home button is also removed. One things for certain, though: the iPhone 8 won't be resurrecting the headphone jack. Three models which go by the name iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7s plus. At the front of the device, the dummy phone features a much-rumoured edge-to-edge screen with tiny bezels and a silver frame.
iDrop's source also says the iPhone 8 won't have an under-screen Touch ID sensor, but will use an OLED screen, with an edge-to-edge display just like the Samsung Galaxy S8. For example, perhaps when we get a chance to do an iPhone 8 vs iPhone 7S Plus camera comparison we will find the iPhone 8 is best-suited for AR while the iPhone 7S Plus has its own strengths like portraits.
The size difference when comparing the iPhone 8 vs iPhone 7S Plus is also very eye-opening. Many new cars now come with wireless charging pads, and if Apple is able to add wireless charging to its handsets, it will make topping up your phone way easier. The iPhone 8 on the otherhand, is likely to cost much more with new technology potentially pushing its price up to the £1,000 mark. In the past, Apple has reduced the size of battery and kept the same battery life, so expect the iPhone 8 to last for the same length of time - or better. Apple tends to stick to a pretty rigid timeframe when it comes to iPhones, and a quick look at previous iPhone release dates will give a very good idea of when the next iPhone is due.
The Apple iPhone 8 will probably have a bigger screen that the normal iPhone 7, but you could always get an iPhone 7 Plus if screen size is a factor for you. Apple might have replaced it with a virtual home button called the "Home Indicator".