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Alleged Foxconn Production Photo Shows iPhone 8 With Wireless Charging, Stacked Double Layer Circuit Board, L-Shaped Battery

Alleged Foxconn Production Photo Shows iPhone 8 With Wireless Charging, Stacked Double Layer Circuit Board, L-Shaped Battery

Posted August 5, 2017 at 3:29pm by iClarified · 21271 views
Check out this photo purportedly taken from inside Foxconn which reveals an iPhone 8 with wireless charging, stacked double layer circuit board, and L-shaped battery.

Allegedly from Foxconn internal iPhone 8 X light perspective, from the figure you can see the wireless charging ring and stacked double-layer circuit board. As a result of the use of ultra-thin double-layer circuit board, making the iPhone 8 internal space increases, more part will be used to place a second battery, the formation of L-type battery module, thereby increasing battery capacity and improve battery life.

You'll notice at the top left of the photo the device is referred to as Ferrari. This was previously reported as the codename for the new iPhone 8. In addition, the design is marked EVT which stands for Engineering Validation Test. That's the stage when "you combine looks-like and works-like prototypes into one form factor, with production intent materials and manufacturing processes."

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Alleged Foxconn Production Photo Shows iPhone 8 With Wireless Charging, Stacked Double Layer Circuit Board, L-Shaped Battery
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Bob Eson
Bob Eson - August 5, 2017 at 11:09pm
Leaks with Windows XP? FFS. And don't give me any shit about there being "XP skins for later Windows versions". I'm sure the overworked, suicidal workers of Foxconn spend their free time installing XP skins on their computers. *sarcasm*
Sharp
Sharp - August 5, 2017 at 5:09pm
Having xp installed is not legit anymore.
D4xM4Nx
D4xM4Nx - August 5, 2017 at 4:01pm
Ruflz even Windows 7 has XP themes 4 teh lulz. So leaks from now on might be a lot more into the credible terrain, huh... I prefer it a lot more over drama.
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Gaurav
Gaurav - August 5, 2017 at 3:37pm
Foxconn still using windows xp...
Malcolm Tucker
Malcolm Tucker - August 5, 2017 at 9:55pm
Well, someone's expectations of Apple paying contractors extremely well, are bound to be shot...!
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