Cases for the iPhone 8 are already up for pre-order, and today we’ve got another look at a familiar dummy unit for the handset.
9to5Mac reports that the dummy unit of the iPhone 8 we saw earlier this year has surfaced again, showing off what is now a familiar design. Again this is just a mockup, so the screen doesn’t turn on and there’s no software running on it. It’s just a shell of that’s expected to be the actual iPhone 8 that sees the light of day later this year.
And there’s nothing remarkably different this time around, either. We get to see the vertically-oriented dual rear cameras on the back of the handset, and what appears to be a handset that will have drastically reduced bezels compared to previous iPhone models before it. And just as we’ve seen in the past, there’s a two-tone color scheme, with the sides being silver, and the back being black.
The dummy unit doesn’t give us any indication as to what’s going on with Touch ID, at least not directly, but it doesn’t have a fingerprint reader on the back of the handset, so that might be an indicator that Apple is still aiming for a configuration that is integrated into the OLED display.
The publication also shared a quick video of the dummy unit on video, which shows the mockup next to a current generation iPhone. You can check it out below.[via 9to5Mac]