The new render shows iPhone 8 inside a case but it highlights design from the front.
What's interesting is that Apple now has a small nubbin that sticks out into the display, which contains the sensors, camera, and speaker. It is expected that Apple will introduce a total of three phones next month, the two iPhone 7s models, plus the phone that is mostly being referred to as the iPhone 8 (though some are calling it the iPhone Pro).
One of the interesting characteristics of this year's iPhone 8 rumors has been the unpredictability generated by contradicting rumors and speculations regarding exactly how the next-iteration iPhone will take shape, though many of those skepticism are starting to vanish now.
While it had been expected that iPhone 8 will cost more than previously it is starting to look like a $1,000 price tag is not too far off the mark.
And, for the most part, the iPhone 8 (or possibly iPhone X or iPhone Anniversary Edition, but let's hope not) doesn't fail to deliver greatness. However, recently leaked images suggest that the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus would feature a glass back to support wireless charging.
iPhone 8 release date rumors haven't settled on a particular date yet but those rumors should emerge in a few weeks as Apple's plans firm up. It is safe to assume that the upcoming iPhone 8 with just its camera and light sensor alone, could collect data for oxygen saturation, pulse rate, perfusion index, breathing rate and circulatory conditions.
In 2015, iPhone saw their first revenue decline in 13 years and they have tried to maintain their position by offering features, apps and services that are unique to Apple products. Although face recognition is still in the works it will be a major new feature for the company's phone line. For example, DigiTimes has learned from its sources that TPK Holdings would charge $18-$22 per unit to integrate 3D Touch into the iPhone 8's OLED display.
If you are wondering when the phone will be released we speculate that September is the most likely month. The iPhone 8 is set to enter mass production mid-September and will launch alongside the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, according to Kuo.