You know we’re getting closer to a new iPhone launch when Martin Hajek jumps into the fray. The designer recently released some impressive mockups for the “iPhone 8,” courtesy of the German blog Computer Bild.
Hajek’s creation takes design elements mentioned in recent media reports about Apple’s 10th-anniversary handset. These include the use of a new OLED display, which offers a virtual on-screen button, stainless steel sides, and a glass back.
As you can see, the back of the design pays homage to the first iPhone. There’s little chance Apple is going this route on the actual iPhone. It’s stunning nonetheless, no?
Apple’s likely to reveal three new handsets this fall. In addition to the so-called iPhone 8 (or “iPhone Edition“), we’ll probably see updated versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. A new 5-inch model is also possible, as you can see in our up-to-date round-up on the 2017 iPhone models.
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