Apple iPhone 8 To Have All Glass Front and Back, Stainless Steel Frame?
Apple's manufacturing partner Jabil is believed to be working on the phone's body with two reinforced glass panels.
Apple's manufacturing partner Jabil is believed to be working on the phone's body with two reinforced glass panels. (Photo: Representative image)
If rumours are to be believed, Apple is and doing away with aluminium and working on a stainless steel body for the upcoming iPhone 8. The rumoured iPhone 8 is expected to come in an all-glass rear and front and have a steel frame centre.
It is pertinent to mention that Apple will use steel (if at all) for the iPhone 8 for the first time since Apple iPhone 4S.
Apple's manufacturing partner Jabil is believed to be working on the phone's body with two reinforced glass panels, said a report in Digitimes. A stainless steel frame holds the two glass panels together.
Apple's next generation iPhone 8 is rumoured to sport a bold new design and would feature an OLED display without a bezel.
"Despite the fact that Apple's flagship iPhone lineup continues to be the best-selling smartphone series in the world, fans are anxious for something new -- and in 2017, they will get the completely overhauled iPhone design they have been waiting for," news website inquisitr.com had reported.
According to earlier media reports, alongside its usual 4.7- and 5.5-inch smartphone offerings, the company would also unveil a third model that would be priced at a higher side than iPhone 7 and would come with invisible home button, all-glass housing, and wireless charging.
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