Leaked: Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 could look like this
Ahead of its expected September reveal, Photos showing the front and back of the Apple's upcoming smartphone, iPhone 8 has been leaked online.
The leaked photos was shared online in a tweet by reputable twitter handle @OnLeaks. The device which wasn't powered has no regulatory markings which speculates a dummy unit based on the iPhone 8 design specifications rather than an actual iPhone 8, Benjamin Geskin, another Apple leaker suggests on Twitter.
Until it is revealed in September, we can't know for sure if this leak is a real iPhone or a dummy but it gives us a good idea of what to expect.
The snaps reveal a display that dominates the front of the phone and swallows up the Home button, and a dual-lens, vertically aligned rear camera, which all matches up with previous rumours.
In addition to the iPhone 8 launch in September, Apple is also expected to launch an iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus with minor hardware upgrades on the 2016 models.
Techradar suggest that "these pictures don't really solve the ongoing mystery of the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, which is apparently causing Apple engineers some headaches as they try and get it fitted under the display of the iPhone 8. If that doesn't work out, it may have to go around the back, as on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus."
Just like the rumored Samsung Note 8, iPhone 8 is rumored to feature a dual-lens camera on the back. The tenth anniversary iPhone 8 is said to feature augmented reality extras, wireless charging and lots more.