You may have already seen this Apple iPhone 8 Concept, but it’s too sexy not to share!
If you’re an Apple product fanatic, or simply love technology, you’ll know that the next big thing from the world’s most iconic technology giant is always geing to be a trending topic. Even after the day of a product release, heads will still turn for the next best thing. When it comes to unofficial product mockups, things get a little hazy around the rumour mill. It seems that the majority of “never before seen” mockups are fake, leaving people to critique in every detail.
Talented Graphic Designer Moe Slah, recently whipped up one the sexiest and most impressive Apple iPhone 8 concept designs to date. With an impeccable approach to detail, Slah has produced a refined set of visuals outlining how he thinks the next headline iPhone will appear. Slah included the features which were most talked about and rumoured to be present on the next model. He tossed around with features such as a full-screen design, a Touch ID scanner embedded onto the display, as well as a sneaky showcase of Apple’s iOS 11, seen on this beauty of a handset. You can also check out the video here.
Slah’s Apple iPhone 8 concept explores how he thinks Apple would handle the removal of a home button, that so many of us have just become accustomed to since the introduction of Touch ID. Despite this, with a zero-bezel display, Slah has really explored the idea of screen embedment. This is a rumoured feature which could vastly increase screen size without increasing handset size. This is supposedly achieved by incorporating the main Touch ID and home commands into the display itself. Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S7, Slah’s iPhone 8 concept also explores how the extended screen could feature a mild curvature on the edge, allowing for more refined touch gestures.
Overall, Slah’s solution is an elegant one. His attention to detail seems to cover the Apple brand guidelines perfectly. With huge room for improvement from the current Apple iPhone 7, the 7s will probably not see a huge design overhaul. So let’s just wait to see if Apple will take on board some the suggested and rumoured features seen across the net.