A very reliable source within the industry (perhaps one of the most important producers of Apple devices) has passed to Engadget a series of very well finished renders, in which we can see what would be the definitive design of the Apple iPhone 8.
This possible definitive design of Apple iPhone 8 perfectly matches many of the information we had seen previously, although it presents some peculiarities that we must take into account.
The first and most obvious is that iPhone 8 does not come with a borderless screen on the sides, and in fact there is also no appreciable reduction of the same at the top and bottom of the terminal, which seems to rule out the idea of Apple going to use a format similar to the Galaxy S8.
Secondly, we can clearly see the metal and glass termination of the terminal, which rescues the finish used by Apple in the iPhone 4 / 4S and currently maintained by companies like Samsung in their high-end smartphones.
Right in the back of Apple iPhone 8, we find a double camera configuration in an upright position, a fact that also houses all the above information, but we have also taken a big surprise to see a double front camera.
The start button is held in the lower part of the terminal. We do not see any strange detail in the back, so according to these renders the fingerprint reader (TouchID) will still be located in the same position as the start button.
At the spec level, Apple iPhone 8 is expected to be virtually identical to the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, which means it would use an Apple SoC A11 and 3GB of RAM.