Benjamin Geskin has shown off a leaked aluminum chassis for each of the devices expected to be announced in Apple's September iPhone event. Most importantly, the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus appear to retain the design the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus currently utilize. The iPhone 8 (or iPhone X) appears to have a Touch ID sensor either in the power button or display, as there is no cut out on the rear indicating a sensor will be placed there. According the @VenyaGeskin1, the design is one hundred percent confirmed. While it may be disappointing to see the design of the iPhone 7 continue on, the iPhone 8/X has a vertical camera cutout rather than a horizontal one and uses dual cameras and most likely optical image stabilization borrowed or improved upon from the 7 Plus. Due to the suspected OLED display, the iPhone 8/X is estimated to cost around $1000 USD, so the 7s models will, in all likelihood, continue the current pricing scheme into the coming year and Q4 2017.
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