Now that 2016 is almost over, we're a bit closer to the unveiling of the new iPhone. After the release of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, rumors about the upcoming model came pouring in. Now, physical evidence of the actual 2017 iPhone has surfaced in Chinese tech blog cnBeta.
The website showed leaked documents suggesting that Apple will release three iPhone models with codes D20, D21, and D22. In contrast, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were codenamed D10 and D20 when they were still in development. Naturally, skeptics are guessing that the D21 and the newer D20 will be the upgraded versions of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
If these leaked documents are legit, the D22 model, which also has the codename Ferrari (or what will probably be the iPhone 8), might use an AMOLED screen, allowing the phone to have an edge-to-edge display.
Other details from the Chinese website suggest that the screen will be mounted on plastic. It was also mentioned that the phone will have glass at the front and back, an invisible home button, and wireless charging.