iPhone 8 Concept Envisions What The White Version Might Look Like

Apple’s iPhone 8 has not been announced yet and that is unlikely to change between now and September, but that is not stopping the device from hogging so many news cycles that it is easy to forget that there are indeed other things going on in the world of technology.

With leaks turning up left and right, information about what the iPhone 8 will look like and what it will be capable of have been circulating for a long time now, but there is one thing that we have all noticed – these leaks all appear to pertain to the black iPhone 8. What about the white model?

Well, designer Martin Hajek wondered exactly the same thing, and with a history of putting together concepts based on existing rumors for previous Apple devices, he set about doing exactly that for the iPhone 8. The result is a set of renders that show both the black and white iPhone 8 handsets in all their glory, complete with iOS 11 running on their AMOLED displays.

The white model looks exactly like you would expect it to, with stainless steel edges to the white metal body. The black model does appear to have one big win over the white one though, and that is in the fact that the gap at the top of the display where the camera and sensors are housed almost disappears into the AMOLED screen on the black model. On the white, everything is much more conspicuous, and we can safely say we do not like it one bit. We have said it before and we will continue to say it – give us a white iPhone but with a black front panel please, Apple!

Beyond that, all the usual design elements are present in these renders. The displays are almost bezel-free, there is no physical Home button and there is no fingerprint sensor around the rear of the device, meaning it will be embedded right into the display.

The renders do confirm what we already thought, though – the iPhone 8 will be a very good looking smartphone, assuming everything turns out the way it has been leaked.

(Source: Martin Hajek)

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