We’re likely to get our first glimpse of the iPhone 8 next month, but for now designers are having some fun showing off not just how they think the new handset will look — but how it could be marketed as well.
These renders come from South African born designer Quinton Theron, which combine the design elements rumored about the iPhone 8 with some nifty ad-style backdrops.
Apple’s most anticipated iPhone in years
The images images are pretty neat, and show a possible glimpse of the iPhone we’ll likely be carrying around mere months from now. They’re not perfect in every way, however. Most notably, a recent report suggested the iPhone 8 will come in just three colors — rather than the four shown here.
The big selling points of the iPhone 8 will likely be edge-to-edge OLED display and facial recognition technology.
In addition to the eagerly anticipated iPhone 8 — which is likely to be the most significant iPhone refresh since 2014’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — Apple is also reportedly set to launch refreshed versions of its existing handsets this fall. These will likely be named the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.
All three devices have now entered volume production. The iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are likely to be available sometime in September, although the iPhone 7 may be delayed slightly due to challenges in the production process.
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