Rumours: Apple iPhone 8/X schematic design is "finalized"
It was only last week we saw some suspicious design page of the Apple iPhone 8 (or iPhone X, as what it is called now), now they are back again yet with another schematic diagram probably from Foxconn, one of Apple’s suppliers revealing to be the “final” design. Let’s take a look below.
There are a few interesting feedback from Foxconn’s anonymous leaker. First, it’s said the usual buttons on the sides will be non-pressable but a haptic feedback will vibrate, similar to how the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus functions. Meanwhile, the length of the power button has extended to be used for two functions, and the Touch ID will be embedded below the display.
Looking at the schematic design, it looks like the iPhone 8 will feature a 5.8-inch OLED display with 2.5D glass, the 3D facial recognition can also be seen at the top there but according to Ming-Chi Kuo, he said that Apple is currently experiencing some problem so it might delay the phone.
Honestly, this 10th Anniversary iPhone looks gorgeous even though it’s still only in its design stage. So take it with a grain of salt as usual, and stay tuned for more Apple news at TechNave.com.