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In the recent weeks and months that have gone by, we’ve seen an increase in the amount of leaks and rumours about Apple’s potentially up-coming iPhone 8. Whether it be rumours and reports, or drawings and design renders, the iPhone 8 is somewhat becoming a reality in the imaginations of a lot of people at the moment.

Thanks to a new tweet, leaker and render creator Benjamin Geskin has circulated a range of photos that show the mold for the iPhone 8 – and this confirms a huge percentage of the smartphone’s potential design. He also included a link to Slashleaks, hosting some more photos of the leaked mold, one image appears to be for the front of the device, and another appears to be for the rear of the device.

Looking at the images above, we can see that the front mold features a few holes where the front-facing camera is supposed to go, which could lead to the next iPhone having dual front-facing cameras. If that’s true, it would be an interesting move for the company. As earlier rumors have suggested, the back mold confirms the new vertical dual-lens camera design. There is however, no cutouts for a rear-facing TouchID sensor, which has been reported on in the past.

At this time, it is hard to determine if these leaked images of the molds for the upcoming iPhone 8 are legit or fake. Obviously, Apple won’t confirm anything until they launch the smartphone sometime in September. What are you looking for Apple to include for their next flagship iPhone? Let us know in the comments down below or on any of our social media pages. What are you looking for Apple to include in their next flagship iPhone? Let us know by dropping a comment below or hitting us up on any of our social media sites right now!

Source: | Benjamin Geskin – Twitter |

Via: | Ubergizmo |

Image Credit: | Ubergizmo |

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