Forbes published new images of iPhone 8 which reveals the design of Apple's Jubilee smartphone, making it clear that the fingerprint scanner might be on the switch button.
Some days ago, it was reported that the iPhone 8 fingerprint scanner would not be placed in the familiar home button below the screen as the frames would be so elegant such experiment will be challenging for this model.
Instead, it was assumed that the sensor might be below the screen, but today this technology seems to be too complicated to enter into mass production and in circulation.
So recent rumors suggest that the scanner might be sneaked in the side button of the iPhone 8 and the new Forbes footage justifies it as well.
The site also says that the iPhone 8 will have extremely thin frames around its 5.8-inch OLED display, with a reduced bezels of about 4mm on all sides, which would bring more comfort while using it.
The headphone jack will be still missing (since the removal from the iPhone 7), the familiar Lightning Port, the pair of speakers and the dual rear camera will be in a new vertical alignment will be available.
The good news is that the iPhone 8 battery would offer enhanced life thanks to a new L form. It is expected to last longer than the iPhone 7 Plus, which sounds great, especially given the smaller physical size of the body.
The iPhone 8 would cost around $1100- $1200, and according to sources, it will be only available in 128GB and 256GB versions.
We are expecting the launch of the smartphone in September.