The phones we’re looking at today are actually named the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Apple iPhone 8 Design
There’s the standard 16:9 LCD display and Touch ID sensor on the front, as well as the camera module on the back, all of which is stuffed in a sleek aluminum she
It turns out, the iPhone 8 siblings deviate from their predecessors by sporting a sleek all-glass back. And this necessitates another design change: where the old 6 and 7 models featured a singular shell whose looks were broken only by the antenna lines, this year we’re faced with a three-piece glass and aluminum sandwich instead.
And while all of this results in some small changes to the devices’ size and weight, these are still phones using the very same design principles first proposed by the 2014 iPhone 6 and 6s duo.
This means a couple of other, less popular design features are making a return as well: just like with the 7 duo, there is no headphone jack present, while the camera bumps on the back are unchanged on both devices.