The iPhone 7 is certainly a sleek and elegant device, but from a design perspective, it doesn’t exactly offer up anything we haven’t seen before. Recall, the iPhone form factor has essentially remained unchanged for the last three years, going all the way back to the iPhone 6 release in 2014. Having said that, it’s no surprise that the hype and anticipation surrounding the iPhone 8 continues to grow with each passing week.
As you’ve undoubtedly heard by now, Apple’s iPhone 8 will usher in the most radical iPhone redesign we’ve seen in years, and perhaps ever. With a gargantuan edgeless OLED display, the front panel on the iPhone 8 will essentially consist of one giant piece of glass, a design that Jony Ive has reportedly been striving to achieve for quite some time. And for those keeping track at home, the bezels surrounding the iPhone 8’s display are said to measure in at just 4mm.
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