Freshly leaked renders of iPhone 8 have appeared in a recent Engadget report, depicting the rear glass panel with integrated wireless-charging capability and vertically placed dual-lens camera bump. An unspecified source has reportedly showed the renders to the publication in a highly-detailed CAD file of the iPhone 8 chassis.
The report also adds that the handset shown in the leaked renders will flaunt a dual camera for selfies as well as a fingerprint reader that goes with the front glass panel. It is confirmed that the leaked renders belong to the smaller variant of the two next-gen iPhones aka iPhone 8 with a 5in display, while the bigger variant will include a 5.5in screen.
In a previous report, we had explained some key design elements, including camera details, which were based on a CAD video, suggesting that the Apple iPhone 8 will feature an edge-to-edge display with a vertical dual-camera setup.
It is not clear from these renders if the new OLED displays will indeed embrace edge-to-edge technology as rumoured earlier. However, an estimated body measurement of the leaked phone in the CAD file confirms that it will be a bit taller, wider and thicker than the current-gen iPhone 7.
"As with all leaks, there's always a possibility that these renders may turn out to be false (which we highly doubt given the nature of these files), or that Apple may give up on this design entirely. Either way, there's still the rumored tenth anniversary iPhone to look forward to as well," the report explains.