This year is Apple's 10th anniversary and everyone's waiting for what the company has in store for the public. Countless speculations and endless rumors of what the next iPhone will look like has been the talk of different tech websites. Still, we haven't seen or heard of a concrete plan for the 2017 iPhone.
The only recurring rumors we've heard so far is that it might be called the iPhone X, it will sport a curved screen, invisible home button, and it will have a stainless steel frame instead of the original glass design that surfaced last year.
Recently, we've been given a glimpse of what the iPhone X might look like once it is released. Graphic designer Imran Taylor came up with a conceptual design for this year's iPhone based on the rumored specs and design ideas that have been leaking on to the internet since last year.
Taylor visualizes the iPhone X to have an almost bezel-free front display and vertical dual cameras at the back instead of a horizontal one, like the ones that can be seen on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The design is also consistent with previous leaks, stating that the next generation of iPhones will have an invisible home button to cater to its edge-to-edge design.
If the rumors are true, then the iPhone X will be released alongside two other iPhones, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus during the second half of 2017.
Here is a video showing other details of the iPhone X: