Leaked Foxconn Presentation References 'Rear Touch Relocation' on iPhone 8 in EVT2 [Video]

Leaked Foxconn Presentation References 'Rear Touch Relocation' on iPhone 8 in EVT2 [Video]

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Slides from an alleged Foxconn presentation reviewing the development of the next generation iPhone have leaked.

The presentation is entitled, 'Project Cyclops Review' and in the video we can see several slides, including:
● 2017 September Launch Capacity Planning Overview
● Y2017 Cyclops Production Forecast Comparison - Multi site allocation module
● Cyclops Historical Milestone & Ramp Forecast

Project Cyclops is believed to be the next generation OLED iPhone 8/Edition. Notably, on the historical milestone chart we can see that during the beginning of the EVT2 stage (Engineering Validation Test), there is a 'Cyclops - ID Rear Touch Relocation' event followed by a 'Fixture rework' event.

We've seen numerous leaks of iPhone rear shell which appears to have a cutout for Touch ID. It's possible that these were early prototypes and that the Touch ID sensor has been relocated or removed.

We'll know what Apple has to unveil on September 12th. Make sure to follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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Leaked Foxconn Presentation References 'Rear Touch Relocation' on iPhone 8 in EVT2 [Video]

Leaked Foxconn Presentation References 'Rear Touch Relocation' on iPhone 8 in EVT2 [Video]

Leaked Foxconn Presentation References 'Rear Touch Relocation' on iPhone 8 in EVT2 [Video]
JG1170 - September 7, 2017 at 6:09am
I personally believe that this presentation is not speaking about the OLED iPhone (Project Ferrari). I believe it is actually talking about the "7S" or "7S+" I also believe that the relocation simply means thy moved it from a centered location on the rear (early leaks show this) to a higher location, nearer to the Apple logo (newer leaks show this).
D4xM4Nx - September 7, 2017 at 3:05am
It's fun reading these documents being launch day so close, Apple has always worked for easy to use UI and no-second-thoughts features. Whatever they came up with, is for the greater good, I hope.
Ocanefun - September 6, 2017 at 10:47pm
I hope not. That would be terrible.
Hmm - September 6, 2017 at 8:06pm
I wonder if Apple leaked that early TouchID design on the back to get the public opinion, then changed it at the last possible moment.
Kevin Barth - September 6, 2017 at 9:47pm
You will wonder, you will see, you will crib, you will accept, you will live with it, you will preach that's perfect(out of no choice). - The 6 stages of an apple fanboys iphone event lifecycle.
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