Is Apple Taking Chances On This Iphone 8 Design? If So Fans Are Not So Happy About It

21 April 2017, 7:47 am EDT By Caezar Sotto Mobile & Apps

Fans of the iPhone brand would have another reason to enjoy the upcoming 10-anniversarry edition variant. Reportedly, the guys at Cupertino has finally decided to go with an iPhone 8 that has an all glass front design as confirmed by a recent leak.

However, there seems to be a twist.

According to BGR, Apple faced two dilemmas regarding the future phone's launch. The tech giant's two choices were to ditch the all glass front design or move on with the potential for more delays.

Instinctively, Apple chose to continue with its original plan to present consumers with a new iPhone 8 concept. But there is apparently something amiss with the phone's current schematics.

Integrating the fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 8's screen isn't an easy task, and various reports have already stated that Apple is having trouble with the technology.

Apparently, Apple still wants to go all glass with the phone's front screen, and that is where everything changes for the iPhone 8's great redesign. Supposedly, the fingerprint sensor and the iPhone's physical home button resides in the front of the device, but that's about to change with the upcoming phone.

Sonny Dickson, a lesser known industry tipster, allegedly has proof that the fingerprint sensor will make it on the back of the phone. You can see it for yourself below.

Yes, you heard it correctly at the back of Apple's 10th-anniversarry edition iPhone. His the tweet looks dubious, but if indeed the guys at Cupertino are serious about this, a lot of fans will certainly not be happy with the plan.

Luckily the guy has an ambiguous record that's far off with the likes of a Mr. Evan Blass. But if Apple is really serious about the design, it would totally ruin everyone's expectations. Hopefully, the image is not what we are hoping for the anniversary edition iPhone.

What do you think about the iPhone 8's possible design? Please leave a comment below.

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