A video has emerged on the Chinese Weibo site, which most likely shows the production line of cases iPhone 8 at Foxconn. In the video, workers are polishing the back panels iPhone 8. Considering that no one else produces phones with a vertical camera now, we can safely assume that this is iPhone 8.
It is said that the video was shot at a stage before the logo Apple is applied to the device, which is why it is not yet on the cases. The workers' uniforms bear no Foxconn insignia, which adds doubt to this video. However, the video shows that it was filmed inconspicuously, which means it was not intended for the general public.
Foxconn Plant Videos Shows Alleged # iPhone 8 Rear Shells (1)
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This is not to say that this is another smartphone from another manufacturer, there is no reason for that. Usually, closer to the presentation date iPhone, more and more leaks appear, so in the future we can learn even more details about it.
iPhone 8 will feature a revolutionary new 'Face ID' feature and a display that is much better than the iPhone 7 Plus. According to rumors, its resolution is 2436 × 1125.
The release of iPhone 8 is expected in mid-September, and it will go on sale almost immediately after the presentation. Recently, it was reported on the net that the copper-gold version iPhone 8 will be called 'Blush Gold', which means the company wants to surprise everyone with its new flagship.