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Here They Are: Apple’s Upcoming iPhones Leak via Images of New Panels

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Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup for 2017 is looking more and more anticipated as each and every rumor, report, and leak surface. Today’s leak (via Slashleaks) may be one of the most exciting for anyone as it depicts a panel from each upcoming iPhone, including the near bezel-less iPhone 8.

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As you can see in the image above, the front panel for the iPhone 8 looks to house a bezel-free display possibly measuring 5.8-inches. There’s also a cutout for dual vertical cameras on the back, while the earpiece and front camera will sit in their own cutout on the front of the device.One thing we can’t seem to find in these images is a place for the fingerprint sensor. There have been rumors that the sensor may sit on the back of the phone, but it now looks like Apple will, after all, integrate the hardware under the screen like early rumors suggested.

One thing we can’t seem to find in these images is a place for the fingerprint sensor. There have been rumors that the sensor may sit on the back of the phone, but it now looks like Apple will, after all, integrate the hardware under the screen like early rumors suggested. Of course, these images aren’t confirmed by Apple or anything, so take this information with a grain of salt.

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We also get our first look at the rear panels for the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus. To be fair, the panels look a bit glossy so these handsets may be receiving similar designs to the iPhone 8 with glass on the front and back. But then again, they’re also black, therefore indicating these are likely just the Jet Black variants of the handsets. Regardless, not much has changed in terms of the 7s and 7s Plus so expect similar designs to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for these handsets come September.

We’re obviously still a fair bit away from seeing Apple’s new iPhones officially so stay tuned.

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