iPhone 8 Will Be Inspired By The Original iPhone ‘Water Drop Design’

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As Apple event getting closer, there are more and more rumors related to the next iPhone model, called by some iPhone 8 that will be a revolution in the industry, at least expect the most passionate analysts. This new iPhone would not be the only model that Apple would present next September, but would go hand in hand with the usual renewal of the devices that hit the market last September, so we would also see an iPhone 7s and an iPhone 7s Plus.

When the original iPhone was introduced, many were the users who praised the spectacular design, a design that over the years and the arrival of new generations of iPhone, has been losing quite attractive. But according to some analysts related to the industry, interviewed by ETNews, the Cupertino-based company will be inspired by the original iPhone to create the design of the iPhone 8, with which Apple wants to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its arrival in the market.

The original iPhone showed us a small curvature on the sides, which made it really comfortable to the touch, something that was lost since the launch of iPhone 4, According to these analysts, Apple would use a glass material in three dimensions on the back of the iPhone 8, to try to achieve a more than reasonable resemblance to the original iPhone. Obviously it would be much thinner than the original and larger, since according to the latest rumors, the size of the screen could reach up to 5.8-inch.

The latest rumors related to the iPhone 8 point out that Apple would not opt ​​to use the same curvature that Samsung implemented in the Edge range, with most of the front screen, with hardly any side edges. At the moment everything is still speculation and we will not leave doubts until the end of August or early September, when they begin to filter data or real images of what will be the long awaited iPhone tenth anniversary.

(source: ETNews [Google Translate])

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