3D model of the iPhone 8 is going viral, what software will be featured in?
What might be the Apple’s upcoming flagship? No more need to imagine, because a leak of what might be Apple’s upcoming device has been turned into a 3D model, reportedly.
At the end of the previous month, (July), in a firmware update regarding the upcoming HomePod smart speaker, two iOS developers stumbled upon what might be the part of the next iPhone’s new features.
Some videos of a 3D dummy model based on the leaked design began to appear on YouTube. The incident took place on Monday.
The 3D model iPhone 8 shows in the video a design having no side display bezels. This model also shows an Essential phone-like display that is wrapping around a front-facing camera and sensors. According to the 3D model, the new vertical dual-camera setup on the rear is also a feature of the flagship. However the dummy model doesn’t show the software running on the flagship to be the part of our future.
Watch the video in which Matt Gonzalez from MacRumors is showing off a dummy model of what could be the iPhone 8, the Apple’s upcoming flagship.
We have independently verified the HomePod software, the leaked flagship design in that software or the 3D model of the iPhone 8 that’s been popping up in the 3D videos.
You can watch the 3D video displaying the upcoming design of Apple’s iPhone here: