Although the launch of Apple's new flagship model iPhone 8 is far off, speculations have been floating around since the beginning of this year as this year marks the 10th anniversary of iPhone. Apple has always carried the torch of innovation, so it's certain that the iPhone that will be launched this year will definitely be special, be it in terms of technologies or design. Tim Cook's statement on iPhone anniversary that "the best is yet to come" raised the bar of expectations as well.
Experts and analysts are trying to fetch whatever information they can get about the upcoming iPhone 8. It's already been revealed that the new iPhone 8 will sport an A11 chip, OLED display and an all-glass body. The rumours say iPhone 8 will finally come with an wireless charging system, which is going to be a first for the iPhones. So, it is already clear that 2017 iPhone is going to bring on some really challenging features to the competition.
Designer Iskander Utebayev reveals not only the look of the expected wraparound screen and all-glass design of iPhone 8 but also shows that this time the designers have put the camera in the middle of the Apple logo.
Apple has always tried to make its logo stand out from the usual but considering that the anniversary version of the iPhone will more likely deliver a few design surprises, Utebayev's idea of incorporating the Apple logo into the device's most significant component is an inspired, albeit unlikely, design choice.
"iPhone is an essential part of our customers' lives, and today more than ever it is redefining the way we communicate, entertain, work and live. iPhone set the standard for mobile computing in its first ten years and we are just getting started," Cook has said.