Case for iPhone 8 allows you to evaluate the design and dimensions of the new flagship [video]
Before the release of iPhone 8 is still a few months, but accessory manufacturers have already started producing cases for the anniversary of the flagship Apple. They are produced, allegedly because the final drawings of the mobile device.
One of the accessories went on sale on the website Alibaba and was acquired by the Japanese resource MacOtakara, who decided to compare it with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. In the network already appeared many images of the iPhone 8 and the case has confirmed most of the leaks. Published video demonstrates the difference in design and dimensions of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7/7 Plus.
As you can see, Apple’s new flagship is considerably more compact than the iPhone 7 Plus, but significantly more than the iPhone 7. Earlier it was reported that “eight” should be of a size similar to the iPhone 7, but the screen it will nearly match the display of the iPhone 7 Plus.
If you put the iPhone inside the case 7, it is seen that the iPhone 8 will be thicker than its predecessor. The smartphone is slightly higher but about the same width as the predecessor. According to reports, the size of the iPhone 8 will be 144 x 71 x 7.7 mm, while the iPhone 7 — 138,3 x 67,1 x 7.1 mm.
Dual camera novelty is characterized by a vertical arrangement of modules. In addition, the camera hole is bigger than the iPhone 7 Plus. Neck suggests that this module is the iPhone 8 will be greater than the current flagship.
The volume button, power and connectors are on the same places as now. However, there is a small change: the volume keys and the mute switch have kept the size, but the distance between them changed.
Since Apple has tested several prototypes, it is unknown whether this is the final design of the iPhone 8. Most leaks describe a device with a Touch ID sensor built into the screen, but there are also schemes where the fingerprint scanner is located on the rear panel.
The announcement of the iPhone 8 is expected to 17 September this year.