Pictures of motherboard and OLED display panel of upcoming iPhone 8 leaked

Leaked pictures of motherboard and OLED panel of upcoming iPhone 8 reveal that the device will have a stacked motherboard, an L-shaped battery, and an edge-to-edge display panel.

    A new set of pictures has been leaked that supposedly showcase the iPhone 8's motherboard and also the smartphone's OLED display. The pictures were shared by Benjamin Geskin who is a well-known gadgets newshound.

    Pictures of motherboard and OLED display panel of iPhone 8 leaked

    The pictures show the single layer of the L-shaped motherboard which also has a golden Apple trademark embedded on it. The mother board clearly shows the spots where CPU, GPU, and RAM are to be placed. It also has an odd structure for a mother board which also confirms that the device will also have an L-shaped battery. Moreover, there have been rumors since November 2016, that the device will supposedly have a stacked motherboard. Since the picture of only a single layer has been leaked the report is true if the pictures are indeed authentic.

    Pictures of motherboard and OLED display panel of iPhone 8 leaked

    Moreover, the OLED display panel of the device has also been revealed in pictures. If rumors are to be believed, the price for these display in the Chinese black market is as high as US$5000. The display of the upcoming iPhone 8 will have no bezel on the front panel and the micro speakers along with the front camera and sensors will rest in the space left out on display.

    The pictures were shared on micro blogging social media platform Twitter from the twitter handle @VenyaGeskin1. The pictures confirm several factors regarding the upcoming device that includes the L-shaped battery, stacked motherboard, and edge-to-edge OLED display panel. There is no substantial proof that the pictures are in-fact real, although Geskin is known to be a reliable source of information when it comes to news related to Apple devices. 

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