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iPhone 8 Images Leak: Vertical Dual Camera Spotted

Apple is expected to release their gen-next iPhone, the iPhone 8 later this year. The company is expected to release this device as one of their best ever iPhones. 2017 marks 10 years of the release of the first ever iPhone, and this is going to be a big year for Apple as many innovations are expected of them. Over the past few months there have been various leaked images that claim to be of the gen-next iPhone. Latest set of images that have come out today showcase the phone in all its glory, along with a vertical dual camera setup that has been talked about a lot.

Over the years iPhone has always had horizontal camera placements, but this time around the company is all set to come out with a vertical camera. The vertical camera setup does look rather strange as we are not used to seeing it on iPhone devices. However expect the unexpected with the iPhone 8.

What is quite special about these leaked iPhone 8 pictures is the fact they are not renders, but are actual, live shots of the phone! However, nothing is official till Apple announces it. Based on what we see of it as of now, the phone does look quite sleek and different compared to other iPhones.

Moreover, if what we are seeing in the images is indeed the gen-next iPhone 8 smartphone, it does not feature a Touch-ID home button in the front, like Apple always used to. This has been something that has been speculated for quite a while and these leaked images do add fuel to the fire. The iPhone 8 is expected to come with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that would be placed below the glass. The phone features a large, bezel-less display. It is also speculated that the phone would feature dual front cameras. Stay tuned with us for more updates on the iPhone 8.

Article written by Sheetal Sancheti

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