"Final" schematics leak for Apple iPhone 7s Plus and Apple iPhone 8

"Final" schematics leak for Apple iPhone 7s Plus and Apple iPhone 8
So much focus has been put on the 10th anniversary Apple iPhone model that has been dubbed the iPhone 8, that not much has been said about the two other units that will accompany the premium handset. Today, two schematics have surfaced that are reportedly the final drawings for the Apple iPhone 7s Plus and the Apple iPhone 8. These diagrams are believed to be employed in the production of the two phones.

Starting with the Apple iPhone 8, the dimensions are 143.4 x 70.77 x 7.51 mm not including the dual-camera bump on the rear. As we've seen with other images, the iPhone 8 will feature an edge-to-edge OLED display, and there is a vertically mounted dual-camera setup in back. If this image is legit and up to date, it would appear that Touch ID will be embedded under the front screen. After all, there is no sign of a button on back or in the front. An Apple supply chain analyst who sells information to brokerage house analysts, said earlier this week that Touch ID will be found under the front glass on the iPhone 8

As for the Apple iPhone 7s Plus, the partial dimensions are 158.38 x 78.1 mm. That compares to the 158.2 x 77.9 mm for the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. The back and front of the phone will look the same as the current iPhone 7 Plus down to the horizontally placed, rear-facing dual-camera setup.

A render of the Apple iPhone 8 can also be found in the slideshow, along with the two schematics themselves. Despite talk of a delay, the latest word is that Apple is still on target to introduce the 2017 iPhone models in September.

source: @VenyaGeskin1 via mobiltelefon.ru (translated)

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