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Apple iPhone 8 News: New Concept Sees Upcoming Smartphone's Camera in a Surprising Spot

By January 30, 2017 at 6:11 am
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The highly anticipated Apple iPhone 8 is expected to be big. There have been previous renders and concepts that emerged over the past months. However, the latest concept created by Iskander Utebayv has caught the attention of fans and analysts.

In his concept video of the Apple iPhone 8, the camera is placed in the middle of the Apple logo. This is a big change if it happens on the iPhone 7's successor. Mashable notes that the tech giant usually doesn't do anything with its logo. However, if Apple does integrate the camera into its logo, it could kick off a trend that fans may or may not patronize.

Aside from the big surprise with the camera, Utebayv's Apple iPhone 8 concept also gives fans a better look at the rumored wraparound screen. One of the most popular spec rumors that the iPhone 8 has been branded with is an alleged wraparound screen. If this happens, consumers can expect an exciting design for the 10th anniversary smartphone.

Apple is set to celebrate the 10th year anniversary of the iPhone. It is only reasonable that the tech giant is planning to unveil a more improved and well-designed device for fans who have been patronizing the product for the past couple of years.

Meanwhile, the Daily Express suggests that Apple and Samsung's upcoming releases may not be the biggest smartphone releases for 2017. According to the outlet, there are several Chinese phone manufacturers that could make the two biggest smartphone providers worried about their upcoming devices.

China is now looking to put its own local companies in the limelight. These may include Xiaomi, Oppo, and Huawei. Though the mentioned brands aren't very popular in Western regions at the moment, they have a shot at going head-to-head with Samsung and Apple. The biggest factor that could affect the popularity of these brands is price. Compared to the previous smartphones from Apple or Samsung, these companies sell devices at a lower price. The iPhone 8 is, of course, expected to be more expensive than other smartphones from Chinese providers.

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