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IPhone 8 Said To Have All-Glass Design

Update Date: Oct 31, 2016 01:54 AM EDT

Apple doesn't forget to surprise us every year. Even though this year wasn't that much of a surprise, iPhone 7 still managed to make us notice the wireless headphone design. However, they are packing some major tech for next year's iPhone and it is rumored to be Glass!

Yes, you read that right, A recent leak from Robert Scoble (American blogger and technical evangelist) brings us light on what Apple is preparing for what we can a truly call a next generation device. The next iPhone aka iPhone 8 will be Glass. Some other rumors are that the phone may come out as three models. 4.7, 5.5, 5 inch models. Sources also say that it's performance work might equal a modern average desktop.

The glass could be an OLED screen supported with an alignment of two shatter resistant Gorilla glasses. But the big question in our minds is definitely the battery. The battery takes a huge amount of space in every phone as it is a major factor. In the iPhone 8's scenario, It is supposed to be concealed to the edges along with antennas. But we are still left with a huge question mark about the chips.

Apple already has 600 engineers in Israel, working on a new next Gen 3D sensor. The launching period is also perfect. The 10th anniversary of the legendary phone brand might change the game of the mobile market.Smart phone designs are developing at an accelerated pace.

We are being introduced to more and more ways of innovation in phones through a pile of phone manufacturers, very recently even Google brought us some remarkable products such as Pixel and Pixel XL. Creating a phone in glass that provides next age life experience is a dream that has been in the Mobile Industry for so long. Let's just hope Apple brings us something to blow our minds off. 

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