A 'reliable source' showed the site a 'highly detailed CAD file' of the 'iPhone 8's' chassis. While the file could not be shared, it was used to generate the renders seen below.
The device is said to feature a glass back to facilitate wireless charging and a vertically aligned dual-lens camera bump. It's also said to have a dual camera for selfies and a fingerprint reader that's flush with the front glass.
Speaking of, our source said both screen sizes will be getting bumped up: the 4.7-inch version will go up to 5 inches, and the 5.5-inch "Plus" version will be stretched to 5.8 inches. Alas, these renders don't indicate whether the new displays will go from edge to edge as rumored, but the body measurements in the CAD file do point to a slightly taller, wider and thicker body than the iPhone 7.
The site refers to two models of the iPhone 8 as separate from the 10th anniversary iPhone. Most previous rumors have suggested that Apple will release an iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 8.
As with all leaks, there's always a possibility that these renders may turn out to be false (which we highly doubt given the nature of these files), or that Apple may give up on this design entirely. Either way, there's still the rumored tenth anniversary iPhone to look forward to as well
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