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Rumor: "iPhone 8" will be sold in four different colors, including a new mirror

We have seen many, many alleged leaks from the "IPhone 8" the past few weeks. Some run away a little from what has been said in the rumors, creating a certain uncertainty as to what Apple will actually announce in September, but there is already some consensus on what will come next.

Lewis Hilsenteger, from the channel Unbox Therapy on YouTube, we put hands on one of these mockups realistic of the device that basically brings the closest representation of what is expected from the ?iPhone 8?: a 5.8 inch screen occupying its entire front, physical size just slightly larger than the iPhone 7, new sensors, an elongated side on / off button and dual cameras positioned vertically at the rear.

Just as in the vast majority of leaks that have occurred so far, Touch ID is not present in his back. In other words, either Apple manages to incorporate it hidden on the screen, or place it on the side button or simply eliminate the fingerprint reader in favor of a new 3D facial recognition.

Meanwhile, Benjamin Geskin brought on Twitter information about other color options that we will have on the ?iPhone 8? after all, we have only seen so far alleged cases in black (except this one) surrender, clear).

All colors of iPhone 7The current line: glossy black, black matte, silver, gold, rose gold and (PRODUCT) RED.

It would be really strange / curious for Apple to only offer the ?iPhone 8? in black, considering that the iPhones 7/7 Plus are the ones that have more color variations since the original launch of the six device in total, counting on ? recently launched ?red.

According to Geskin sources, Apple offers four colors on the "iPhone 8" including a new mirror, taking advantage of the fact that its housing is, as several rumors point out, made entirely of glass.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said recently that the new iPhone would actually be sold in fewer color options. And what Geskin is saying does not contradict this, after all, four are less than six. ?

via iClarified