Several leaks suggesting to be Apple's iPhone 8 have been making rounds on the Internet. Speculations are running rampant about the potential specs and features of Apple's next flagship device. However, a new set of renders could potentially represent the most accurate design for the Cupertino-based tech giant's Anniversary iPhone. The images released are reportedly founded on the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) files used in manufacturing the flagship device.

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OnLeaks, one of the well-known site with a credible reputation for releasing leaked specs and renders in the tech world shared a fresh set of images.

Allegedly, this is what the highly anticipated iPhone 8 will look like. The clip shows a device in all black casing. On its back part is the vertical dual camera setup with flash placed in between the two lenses. According to several claims, this is intended for the device's advanced augmented reality features.

As revealed on the CAD, the device is a little thicker as compared to iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus. It measures 143.5 X 70.9 X 7.7 mm. The front face of the alleged Apple's flagship device is continuous and uninterrupted by any button. The bezels are barely visible. In addition, the image shows that the device still has the holes for the sensors located at the topmost part along with the speaker grille.

The back part of the device is a total contrast to the front part. The camera is prominently protruding. Speculations have it that it is loaded with sensors and image stabilizers.

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While the image reveals the potential specs, it failed to answer questions about the heavily speculated Touch ID sensor. Previously, it was said that the Touch ID sensor will be repositioned to give way for the device's edge-to-edge screen. There were claims that it will be placed on the back part of the device just below the logo.

Others suggest that it will be embedded on the display.

Possible launch date

The highly anticipated iPhone 8 will be the center of most speculations and leaks until its debut. According to some tech analysts, the flagship device of the Cupertino-based tech conglomerate will most likely be unveiled in September of this year. The premise is based on the traditional launching practice of the company. Previously, there were reports that the flagship device might get a delayed launch and even run short of supply upon its release. This speculation is based on several reports that the OLED screens run out of stocks creating shortage and delay in the production of the device.