The last few weeks have been quite exciting for most Apple fans. There has been a flurry of iPhone 8 leaks ranging from renders to alleged schematics. Of course, these are meant to inform and excite hardcore Apple fanatics. While most leaks have shown what the tenth anniversary iPhone might look like, none of them have clearly shown how it compares to other phones in the market.
Fortunately, the people at iDrop News were kind enough to show just how big, or small, the iPhone 8 will be. The comparison shows the iPhone 8 with the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. And from there, it can be seen that is is only slightly bigger than the iPhone 7.
In addition to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the upcoming flagship is also compared with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Compared to the Galaxy S8, the display is slightly wider as it is taller. On the other hand, the iPhone 8 and the Galaxy S8+ are roughly the same width in display.
Readers should note that these images are based on the iPhone 8 schematics that were leaked last week. As can be seen in all of the photos, the top most part of the screen has a cutout for the front 3D camera sensors as well as the speaker grilles and the infrared sensors.
It should also be noted that these images are not to be confused with what Apple might envision the phone will be. Apple has remained tight-lipped with all the leaks that have gone out so far, as it always had been. Consumers should not expect an official comment from the company regarding these renderings for you will not be getting one.
On the other hand, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is happening early next week. At the said event, the company is expected to announce its next iteration of iOS, the iOS 11. Perhaps there might be a chance, no matter haow slim it is, that Apple will show just a glimpse of the iPhone 8. However, do not take our word for it. For more updates on the iPhone 8, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.