We’ve seen many renderings and design dummies of the iPhone 8 , But it was always the black model. New renderings now show how a white-silver iPhone 8 might look.
The designer Martin Hajek has once again made the effort to create renderings of a future iPhone generation. This time, it’s the iPhone 8 on which iOS 11 is installed – although some minor details like the reception strength display are actually design elements of iOS 10 . Since we have seen many renderings and design dummies of the new iPhone, especially one aspect is interesting: the color.
Hajek shows a white iPhone 8 with silver edges and a silver Apple logo on the back. Otherwise the design corresponds to the most “leaks” of the last weeks. On the front side, the white color makes it particularly clear that the display protrudes around the handset speaker, the FaceTime camera and the sensors.
The designs of the black iPhone 8 by Hajek also show that the black color has a clear advantage in terms of design: due to the good black values of an OLED display, the black recess for these components will hardly be visible on the front. That would be quite different with the white iPhone 8. In the end, however, this is not much different from the current white iPhones: Here again, the camera, the loudspeakers and the sensors on the front are much more noticeable.
In general, the rumored kitchen is quite unanimous that Apple for the iPhone 8 will use the design, which also Hajek used for its designs. Recently, however, images of a prototype appeared, in which the display completely below the handset, the FaceTime camera and the sensors terminates.