We’ve already seen plenty of rumours regarding the iPhone 8. Thanks to the Apple’s HomePod firmware, developers are discovering new things everyday that might be coming to the 10th anniversary iPhone. But what about the incremental iPhone that Apple is also expected to announce next month, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus?
YouTuber, Danny Winget, recently got his hands on the iPhone 8, as well as an iPhone 7s Plus dummy units, and is offering a hands-on look at the difference between the two.
Consistent with the previous rumours we’ve seen, both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s Plus dummy units feature glass back. It is believed that Apple will finally include wireless charging in its 2017 iPhones, so having a glass back makes perfect sense. Apart from that, the iPhone 7s Plus looks very similar to current iPhone 7 Plus. Unlike the iPhone 8’s vertical dual-camera system, the camera layout on the iPhone 7s Plus will remain the same as the iPhone 7 Plus. Check out the video for the full comparison.
The iPhone 8 has been rumoured to have supply shortage that could last until early next year, so for those of you who wish to upgrade your current phone to the next generation iPhone as soon as you can, the iPhone 7s Plus looks like a great option. Sure, the thick bezels at the top and bottom of the device looks horrible, but it is still a refreshing upgrade considering how bored everyone must be now to see a similar-looking iPhone for several years in a row. The iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 all look very similar in terms of design, so bringing back the glass back design is definitely a welcomed change.
What do you think of the design of the upcoming iPhones?
(Source: Danny Winget via: 9to5Mac)