Apple is anticipated to celebrate the iPhone’s tenth commemoration with an iPhone 8 this fall. A concept video envisions what the cell phone may appear like, including a back camera housed in the notorious Apple logo that has graced each model since 2007.
Apple Redefines The Smartphone
It’s crazy to believe that we’re coming up on the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. While there were numerous cell phones before it, Apple figured out how to revise the script by delivering a gadget that wasn’t loaded with clunky buttons, a little screen, unintuitive programming and physical QWERTY consoles. Rather, Apple designed the iPhone to run instinctive desktop-class software and a moderate, premium design that put most of the emphasis on whatever was on display.
The first iPhone design rapidly turned into the defacto look of what a smartphone ought to look like and QWERTY-prepared handsets like BlackBerry and Palm’s Treo, which were the leaders before Apple came into mainstream, became relics. Attempting to make sense of what Apple has in store for its next iPhone and what it will look like has accumulated lots of attention throughout the years and concept pictures and videos of the unannounced cell phone give a glimpse into Apple’s future.
iPhone 8 expected in the fall
A concept video of the tenth anniversary iPhone, the iPhone 8 has been posted on the web and it utilizes a portion of the design components reported to be included in the forthcoming phone. As is shown in the video underneath, the iPhone 8 is showing a dual bended edge display like the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and forthcoming Galaxy S8.
The iPhone 8 concept seems to be a Jet Black color choice and albeit most reports state there won’t be a physical Home button on the gadget, the handset in the video appears to utilize a similar Force Touch button Apple is presently utilizing as a part of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
A gander at the back of the iPhone 8 envisions Apple lodging the cell phone’s back camera into the notorious Apple logo that has been in the same spot since 2007’s original iPhone. The handset looks more slender than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and the bended edge display appears to flawlessly melt into the shiny glass case Apple is speculated to use as a component of its new design.