Here it is, an unofficial look at the iPhone 8 Pro, which will be reported to cost $1,200. There are some rumors that Apple is going to ditch TouchID altogether, but some claim that it's still on track to be integrated directly into the curved AMOLED display. The dual rear cameras remain, stacked vertically to offer better shallow depth-of-field (tilt-shift) photos. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
HEX has unveiled a DeLorean DMC-12-inspired iPhone 7 case, but unfortunately, it can't be used to travel back in time. The case does not have gull-wing doors, or an innovative fiberglass body structure with a steel backbone chassis, but it does have an exterior in brushed stainless steel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Graphics artist Martin Hajek is back at it again with a new render, and this time, it's Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 handset in a white / silver combo. Refuting earlier rumors, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims the iPhone 8 will not support in-screen fingerprint scanning, but rather Touch will be placed in an alternative location. Other features include: a 5.8-inch OLED display and a 3D front camera with facial recognition. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
We are just months away from the official iPhone 8 unveiling, and many leaked cases, as well as, smartphone designs, have popped up, including this bezel-less device. It draws inspiration from the Xiaomi Mi Mix, and keeps the home button, despite recent rumors of TouchID being integrated directly into the display. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Yes, it's already been 10-years since the release of Apple's first iPhone, and to commemorate, Ken Kocienda, a designer who was on the "Project Purple Team", posted an image of two early prototypes. The two devices above are called "Wallabies", and were used develop the software keyboard. Continue reading for a video of the original iPod-inspired iPhone user interface.
With Nintendo diving into the mobile gaming universe, it's only a matter of time before they start releasing accessories and / or their own smartphone. The "Nintendo Cross" basically transforms your iPhone into a Switch-like gaming console, complete with a full set of removable controllers. Plus, a sliding mechanism enables users to play games in both horizontal and vertical modes by shifting the controllers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple is just months away from officially unveiling the iPhone 8, but smartphone case retailer MobileFun may have leaked some new details. Their Olixar cases are claimed to offer a perfect fit for the iPhone 8, and the next-generation handset has been rendered with a bezel-free edge-to-edge display with no physical home button. On the back, there's a vertically oriented dual lens camera. Continue reading for a video detailing more features about the iPhone 8.
If the iPhone 8 has a flexible display, the Apple Watch may eventually become obsolete. It would still come equipped with a dual lens vertical camera and a fingerprint scanner hidden behind the screen. Under the hood, it's powered by an Apple A11 chipset, working perfectly with the POLED panel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
It's only a matter of time until Apple's iPhone 8, or whatever it may be called, is revealed to the public, but for the time being, fans will have to settle for leaks. One in particular claims that at least one model will have a secondary touchscreen, also known as the Touch Bar, near the bottom, where you'll be able to easily toggle between apps, or log-in via TouchID. Technical specifications wise, the top-end model is rumored to have a 5.8 inch Full HD AMOLED screen with 3D Touch, 4GB of RAM and an Apple A11 chipset. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a fascinating viral video showing how lock picking actually works.
It's rumored that the iPhone 8 will come in several different sizes, and so far, we haven't come across any prototypes indicating that it's the case, but ConceptsiPhone would like to show us what the 4.7", 5" and 5.5" models might look like. Aside from the curved OLED display and dual rear cameras, we also catch a glimpse of how the wireless charging functions, without requiring users to physically place the device on a special pad or dock. Click here for the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an unsuspecting undercover police arrest.