This is one of the best iPhone 8 concepts we’ve seen this year

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Computer Bild/Martin Hajek

Apple is expected to launch a redesigned iPhone this fall. If you’re an Apple fan, you’re probably going to want one.

2017 marks 10 years since the first iPhone was revealed by Steve Jobs, so some of the rumors have centered on a version that could resemble the original iPhone.

Some have even suggested that the redesigned iPhone might not be called the iPhone 8 but the iPhone “X” or the iPhone “10” instead.

Of course, Apple doesn’t comment on future products – I’ve asked – so these are just rumors for now. But all the evidence points to a fancy new iPhone this fall.

Martin Hajek, a talented renderer who has previously made some great concept images of Apple products, mocked up what a 10th-anniversary iPhone could look like, according to the current rumors, for Computer Bild.

Here’s the video:

And here are some highlights:


The coming iPhone’s screen could sport a 5.2-inch, slightly curved screen using next-generation technology known as OLED.

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There are rumors that the redesigned iPhone won’t have a home button.

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Apple’s coming iPhone is expected to be able to wirelessly charge.

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The iPhone 8 is believed to have a dual-camera lens, like that of the iPhone 7 Plus, as well as a 3D sensor that enables facial recognition and other new biometric features. Hajek’s rendering doesn’t have a camera bump, but that could just be artistic license.

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Apple’s next iPhone is expected to pack a bigger screen in a phone about the same size as the iPhone 7 Plus.

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Hajek imagines Apple launching a version that evokes the original iPhone, launched in 2007.

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Another look:

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But it will also probably come in Apple’s traditional colors, like gold …

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… and rose gold.

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If the next iPhone looks like this, it will probably be a hit.

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Computer Bild/Martin Hajek

Thanks to Martin Hajek and Computer Bild for giving us the permission to republish these drawings. Many more images are available at Computer Bild.