iPhone 8 To Feature Vertical Cameras, Wireless Charging: Another Image Leaks


Apple has been on quite a roll when it comes to the iPhones. Over the years they have gained massive popularity and have been the highest grossing phones. 2017 is a special year for Apple as it marks ten years of the iPhone. The gen-next iPhone, the iPhone 8 is all set to release later this year, and Apple wants to ensure the device is as special as possible. Over the months, it has been speculated that the phone would feature wireless charging and dual cameras. This has been spotted in yet another leaked image.

The latest leaks come via OnLeaks, a popular name when it comes to online tipsters. The leaked images showcase a phone that features vertical dual cameras on the back. This backs various other similar pictures that have surfaced over the months. However, while this image does back the vertical camera images, it also showcases another aspect of the iPhone 8 - wireless charging.

One of the most obvious features of the diagram of the iPhone 8 that has leaked is the round surface on the back. This indicates that there is indeed going to be support for wireless charging in the iPhone 8. That round surface is perhaps a conductive surface for charging. In addition to the obvious details spotted in the two images - what we also notice is that the headphone jack is not a part of the iPhone 8 as well, which was almost expected.

Another interesting observation from this image is that the top of the front of the phone features four holes. Traditionally there’s one for the front camera and another for the proximity sensor. With four such holes this time, could it possibly mean that the iPhone 8 is all set to release with two front cameras as well as a front facing flash? This too has been speculated a few times in the past, but there has been no concrete evidence.

While this leak does indeed showcase the iPhone 8 in a new light, nothing’s official till Apple announces the phone. Stay tuned with us for more interesting updates on the gen-next iPhone.