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Leaked image reveales iPhone 8 wireless charging coil, sensors, front-facing camera

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The keenly awaited Apple iPhone 8 has become the victim of another unofficial leak, and this time, the image is allegedly leaked by an employee of Foxconn – a Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturing firm. An employee of Foxconn has allegedly leaked the pictures of the yet-to-be-released iPhone 8 which showcased the crucial inner workings of the handset. As shown in the picture, posted on the social media site Weibo, the iPhone 8 seems to be the “engineering validation test” (EVT) phase of manufacturing.

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Among all the major disclosures, made by the pictures, the wireless charging coil has taken the market by storm and gave fuel to the long-standing rumors about iPhone 8 featuring wireless charging. The image described significant and central black spot in the device’s manufacturing print which is estimated to be a wireless charging coil. Last month, a photo posted on Slashleaks also allegedly revealed the wireless charging module of the iPhone 8 and the latest leak has partially confirmed the upcoming iPhone to be the first handset to feature wireless charging module.

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Similarly, with the code name “Ferrari,” the handset is also revealed to feature a set of the dual rear camera, front-facing cameras or sensors, and a stacked logic board design which is earlier rumored by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Alongside these features, a space on the bottom and right-hand side of the phone is also spotted in the picture, which is most likely to space for a large L-shaped battery, which is a much-rumoured feature of iPhone series.


Though the black and white pictures of iPhone 8 are giving a layered glimpse of the phone, the crucial features it has revealed, are enough to prove that iPhone 8 will be a game changer for both the American Multinational, Apple Inc. (AAPL) as well as the global smartphone market.

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