Developers have already come up with a few iPhone screen designs that are probably getting closer to what Apple has actually done.
The iPhone 8 will likely have a virtual home key at the bottom.Science and Knowledge/YouTubeDeveloper Steve Troughton Smith has been digging inside the leaked iOS code Apple inadvertently released with the HomePod software, and found proof that the "iPhone 8" will replace the device's signature home button with a virtual key.
Some Twitter users are awaiting the new iPhone with anticipation while others are not impressed. Of course Apple has yet to confirm that an iPhone 8 is even in the works.
This release window makes sense, as the iPhone SE first launched in March 2016. According to the report, the new iPhone SE 2 will be making its way out in Q1 2018, two years after the original iPhone SE.
iOS developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered a new code hidden inside the HomePod firmware, which seems to suggest that the iPhone will automatically mute notifications when you are looking at the display.
The iPhone 8 is reported to include several new features over the iPhone 8 including facial-recognition tech and wireless charging - but it'll also lose one key feature.
On the back, the phone has a vertical dual lens camera supposed to deliver the same portrait camera effects first launched on the iPhone 7 Plus and enhance AR experiences.
As a result, he warned iPhone 8 'will not be cheap'. We're not sure if it's going to feature OLED tech, but in size terms it trumps Apple's previous handset.
Now there is talk about a 1.1-inch increase from the iPhone 7's 4.7-inch display to 5.8-inches.
Apple is expected to officially unveil their new range of iPhone devices including the Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone during September 2017 and as soon as more specifications all details are announced we will keep you up to speed as always.