Alleged images of iPhone 8, 7s Plus dummy models surface online

iPhone 8 leaks along with iPhone 7s Plus.

    Apple is known to unveil the next iPhone sometime in September though the exact launch date is not known yet. We have already come across numerous leaks revealing the details of the iPhone 8, which is the tenth-anniversary edition of iPhones and the regular ones - iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.

    Alleged images of iPhone 8, 7s Plus dummy models surface online

    A recent report on GizmoChina citing a Chinese report has leaked the images of what looks like the dummy models of the upcoming iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s Plus. The report claims that these images were provided by a former Foxconn employee. Interestingly, these iPhones seem to have features those we have seen in the earlier leaks.

    To start with, the iPhone 8 as seen in the dummy model seems to feature a glossy back. The image is pretty dark that we cannot figure out the position of the camera module, adds the report. It is further claimed that there is no fingerprint scanner at the rear of the iPhone 8.

    The other image shows the iPhone 7s Plus with thin side, top and bottom bezels. The device seems to have no TouchID as the screen extends further down. Unlike the previous leaks that we have seen in the past, the iPhone 7s Plus shown in this image does not feature a bezel-less design.

    One thing that we need to mention is that this could be an early design and not exactly the final design of the devices slated for a September launch. The iPhone 7s Plus appears to be not much different from what we have seen in the past. The image shows a dual-lens rear camera setup with a bump and the LED flash next to it. The design at the front seems to be a little different with a bigger sensor at the left and the selfie snapper to the right of the earpiece.

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