Truth be told, it's hard to believe that Apple is still toying around with the iPhone 8's final design this far along in August, but stranger things have certainly happened. Instead, it will have an entirely virtual home button, which will actually be triggered by pressing on the screen. According to the rumors, only 60 percent of the face panels suitable for use in the iPhone, and it's really dismal performance. The code also points towards a camera capable of recording 240 frames per second on video at 1080p resolution -a significant increase in quality if true. There are also hints of enhanced HDR referred to as ModernHDR in the code.
Here's what we still don't have a definitive answer to today, even with the early HomePod firmware code out there: Will the iPhone 8 have any sort of Touch ID fingerprint sensor? As 9to5Mac notes, not every feature will be included in the iPhone 8, but at least, Apple is working on a feature which will allow users to mute notifications when they are looking at the phone. Kuo concurs the iPhone 8 will be constrained to three colors which according to him would be black, silver and gold (some portray it as nearer to copper/bronze) but according to a close source, there are chances that the colors could be black, silver and jet black.
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For iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, it was made mention that they are already in mass production. The report additionally reiterates that the supply of the iPhone 8 will be limited at first, while the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus availability will not face any issues.
iOS developer Guilherme Rambo discovered through another HomePod firmware leak that the iPhone 8 will likely be able to record 1080p videos at 240 FPS with its front and back cameras, an upgrade from the current 720p format limit. Our only other thought on this subject is that the iPhone 8 is rumoured to have wireless charging, and perhaps this circular area houses some kind of tech that will help it charge quickly and efficiently in contact with a charging plate?
If we're not wrong, then the NAND storage and CPU for the iPhone 8 are clearly visible above.
The lineup is expected to consist of three iPhone models: a standard model with a 4.7-inch liquid crystal display (LCD), a higher-end model with a 5.5-inch LCD, and a premium model with a 5.8-inch organic light emitting diode (OLED)-based display.