Leaked video shows Apple iPhone 8 in action and possibly running iOS 11

A leaked Video provides us with the first ever look at the iPhone 8 in action.

    Most of us are counting down the days until September 12 when Apple will be launching the iPhone 8. While the event is just around the corner and the release fast approaching, there might be not be anything left to the imagination.

    Leaked video shows Apple iPhone 8 in action: The rumors were true


    Well, over the past few months we have basically seen countless leaks and rumors about the upcoming Apple iPhone. Thanks to which we also got a sneak peek at how the phone will exactly look like. Moreover, dummy models were manufactured based on actual iPhone schematics as they were leaked from Foxconn.

    But again, while we still have few more days before the launch a leak was inevitable. Having said that, a new leaked video has just emerged online and it shows the alleged iPhone 8 in action.

    Talking about the short video, we see a person using the device and it seems the device is running on iOS which could likely be iOS 11. Even the video is blurry, we can make out the cell, Wi-Fi and battery bars sit on the top right while the time is displayed on the top left of the screen.

    While the video has been shot in low light, it further appears to have the same silhouette as the rumored iPhone 8. The device has not let the screen space go to waste. The display is almost bezel-less. But again, the thing that you notice is that in the video you can see the notch that cuts off a large portion of the display at the top. While it has been designed to accommodate the sensors and the front camera, developers might now have to change how they build apps to go along the bump.

    Nonetheless, Apple has not commented anything about its big reveal but again we do not have to wait before the smartphone actually breaks cover next week.


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