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These are the high-resolution iPhone 8 images you’ve been looking for

iPhone 8 Photos

The iPhone 8 is coming, and we already have a pretty good idea of what it’ll look like thanks to all the rumors out there. In fact, we posted exclusive images of the iPhone 8 earlier today. Apple won’t actually unveil the phone until September during its annual iPhone keynote, but the iPhone 8 design should be finalized by now. Most leaks show virtually the same iPhone 8 renders these days, and it’s the version without the awful fingerprint scanner on the back. Now, new high-resolution images will show you what to really expect from this year’s iPhone flagship.

A few days ago, we saw a great hands-on video of an iPhone 8 prototype featuring the design we expect: a full-screen front side with no home button; a partial top bezel cutting into the display; a vertical dual lens camera on the back; no Touch ID sensor on the back; and an elongated home button. In short, that’s the iPhone 8 we think Apple will introduce in a couple of months.

The dummy unit in that video wasn’t functional, but it looked better and more detailed than any mock-ups before it. The iOS 11 home screen concept, created by a graphic designer and printed on top of a display protector, definitely improved the entire preview experience, making the iPhone 8 dummy look like it was a real iPhone that was turned on.

Lewis Hilsenteger, the man behind the Unbox Therapy YouTube channel who produced the iPhone 8 dummy preview, posted a few high-resolution images of the unit on on Twitter, and they’re even more detailed. The pictures follow below, while the full hands-on video is available at this link.

Image source: Twitter

Image source: Twitter

Image source: Twitter

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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