iPhone 8 Alleged Packaging Reveals a Ton of Changes That We’re Expecting From the Redesigned Smartphone
Apple had changed up the packaging details of its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, this time showing the rear side of these devices and it looks like things are going to remain constant when the company officially announces its iPhone 8. The radically changed iPhone’s alleged packaging has been leaked, revealing several bits of information of what to expect from Apple’s upcoming crown jewel.
Leaked iPhone 8 Packaging Displays a Dual-Camera But Vertically Mounted – Apple Sticking to Darker Color Models Possibly Due to Immense Popularity of Previous Devices
The alleged packaging leak of the iPhone 8 comes from China, showing that Apple will retain the image of the flagship to show its rear side. The back side of the smartphone shows what we have seen courtesy of previous leaks, renders, and rumors; a dual-camera setup that’s mounted vertically instead of a horizontal configuration that you saw on the iPhone 7 Plus.
In addition, it looks like Apple is going to be sticking to releasing darker versions of the iPhone 8, ranging from Jet Black and Matte Black because of the immense popularity level that stemmed from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models in these exact color variants. We expect that because the iPhone 8 will feature an edge-to-edge display, powerful internals, and a completely changed design, it should garner more sales from its Jet Black and Matte Black color models when available to purchase.
Though there might not be an in-display fingerprint sensor at the front side of the smartphone, a new rumor states that the device might tout an even more advanced facial recognition system, which will enable users to authenticate payments and unlock their devices from a fair amount of distance.
The iPhone 8’s packaging could be legit on account that Apple also used the rear side of its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as images for its retail boxes, but take this leak with a pinch of salt for now.
Apple’s decision could ultimately change, with the company choosing to print the front side of the iPhone 8 since it will obviously accumulate more consumer interest.
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