This is what the iPhone 8 will look like: made of glass and with a super screen. Photo

A rendering of the iPhone 8 that Apple is making for the tenth anniversary has appeared online: bezel-less design and with new sensors for security

There are birthdays and birthdays. Some have more importance than others. Think 18, or the threshold of 50. And then there is the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. Precisely for this reason Apple in 2017 will surprise everyone with a smartphone, in this case iPhone 8, innovative and performing as never before.

Here's how it could be iPhone 8. Some users have created a concept starting from all the rumors emerged in recent hours on the Net to give a precise idea of how the new iPhone 8 could be. The outward appearance of the device, in its form, does not change radically. And according to the reconstructions will have a glass body, improved in materials but similar to that already seen on the iPhone 4. Apple is also thinking about a more elegant look and for this reason the Home button, as well as the fingerprint sensor, will be integrated into the screen while the display will not have bezels. The screen that will therefore be the real main protagonist for the first impact with the device.

iPhone 8 Pro and iris scanning

As for the size should enter the market also a larger iPhone, called Pro, with a 5.8-inch display and should come with an Apple Pencil, similar to those already seen for iPad. Further rumors coming from sources close to Cupertino then talk about a sensor for iris scanning. The new biometric sensors that will be mounted on the iPhone 8 will allow to increase the security of the smartphone and keep hackers and hackers away. This is not a brand new feature. This security system has already been seen on the Microsoft Lumia 950. For now, however, on this aspect there are no major findings. Mentre per quanto riguarda il design ipotizzato sono diverse le fonti che confermerebbero lo schermo senza cornici con sensore e tasto Home integrati.

Caratteristiche iPhone 8

Sul fronte delle caratteristiche tecniche, l’iPhone 8 dovrebbe montare la versione successiva dell’A10 Fusion, il chipset che al momento ancora guida la classifica di AnTuTu, il servizio dedicato ai benchmark degli smartphone, e il comparto fotografico dovrebbe essere composto da una fotocamera posteriore da 16 Megapixel e da una anteriore con funzioni speciali per i selfie.


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