Apple Revolutionary iPhone will be Smaller Despite a Bigger Display, Reveal New Leaks

May 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Edge-to-edge displays have let the screen size numbers deceive its users so far. And it appears like Apple too will have us deceived with its new revolutionary iPhone 8, all thanks to the cutting down of bezels.

There have been rumors pointing out edge-to-edge display for Apple’s iPhone 8 device that is expected to be revealed alongside the updated iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus devices later this year. However, none of them have went far enough to reveal the true measurements. But a new leak is making the picture clearer, despite having the real numbers unrevealed.

A leak that appeared on China’s Weibo has now showcased three new iPhone molds that supposedly bears the form of the upcoming three iPhone devices. These are not molds that would be used for the manufacture of Apple’s devices, but instead will be providing the aid and abet for case manufacturers.

What’s interesting is the size of the bigger upcoming iPhone 8 device, which stands in between that of iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus devices. The latter devices are expected to be upgraded internally, which means that we can barely expect a size overhaul. That said, the two devices will respectively be featuring the same 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch screens that was used in the predecessor.

However, the iPhone 8 will have a bigger display, measuring 5.8-inch that would make it the biggest display for an iPhone ever by Apple. It will still not be the biggest iPhone, as its sizes are said to be kept close to iPhone 7s.

We have already seen such wonders been achieved by Samsung with the Infinity displays in Samsung Galaxy S8 that has helped even the bigger device measure along the lines of a 5.5-inch device. Apple too would follow the likes if the leaks stay true.

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