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iPhone 8 Leaked: FaceID confirmed, No Home Button

A fresh leak of the upcoming iPhone 8 has just surfaced. The leak showcases an encased iPhone 8 and shows the display along with volume rockers. The iPhone leaks show a nearly bezel-less display and FaceID.

The Tenth-anniversary iPhone or the iPhone 8 will be the next-big flagship for Apple. Being the tenth-anniversary flagship, the expectations on this iPhone are pretty high. So far, we’ve had rumours about Under-display fingerprint sensor, bezel-less display and much more.

iPhone 8 Rumored Specifications

Coming to the leak that surfaced today, Even Blass has tweeted the latest render. The leaked iPhone is cased in a black and green rugged cover and is seen featuring a bezel-less display.

The Alert switch or the Profile button is not spotted on the iPhone 8. Coming to the display, you can see the rumoured 5.8-inch OLED display which stretches Edge-To-Edge. You can see that The front camera is not carved out of the display, but the display is simply cut-out to house the Front camera and sensor array.


Carefully seeing, you will observe another smaller lens just next to the front camera. This added lens can be the Infrared module needed for Facial Recognition, or as Apple calls it, FaceID.

FaceID on the iPhone 8 is already confirmed through the leaked code found in the Apple HomePod.

No Home Button for the iPhone 8

Also, the physical Capacitive button is gone from the iPhone 8 as we see an edge-to-edge display. This indicates at either a Pressure sensitive button placed under the display or complete removal button which sounds too far-fetched.

Also, the render seems to be incomplete because there’s a cavity right above the volume rockers. We’ve also heard rumours about the iPhone 8 coming with Wireless Charging and a Glass Body. In terms of performance, we’ve heard about the faster A11 chip which is expected to power the iPhone 8.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.