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What Will iPhone 8 Look Like? New Concept Video Shows Latest Model

Oh look, yet another leaked iPhone 8 video has appeared online.

Unlike its lower quality predecessors, this shiny new one — and the logo-clad phone concept itself — is super pretty.

OnLeaks and Tiger Mobiles joined forces to create the head-turning sneak peek at Apple's iPhone 8, complete with sexy background music and a crystal clear, 360-view of every single detail we might expect come (hopefully) September.

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Warning: once you watch the nearly 4-minute clip below, you'll want to upgrade your device immediately.

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Like another leaked "dummy," this supposed iPhone 8 is on par with the lengthy list of rumors we've previously covered, including those sort of major aesthetic changes like an even bigger screen (probably without a home button) and a vertical rear-facing camera.

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Judging by this model, it's safe to say the fingerprint scanner will likely be built into the screen.

A previously leaked design hinted that it might be located inside a lock button on the top righthand corner of the phone, but this video shows no button there.

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Exciting newness aside, Tiger Mobiles noted that the specs could change before the official release date. They explained in the video's description,

The device shown in this video is manufactured via CNC process. It is based upon 3D CAD sourced directly from the factory in charge of building the new iPhone. Keep in mind, some details may change before the official launch.

I wonder when Apple and CEO Tim Cook will confirm the actual design and functions.

For example, will it be waterproof like a supplier recently revealed?

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Olixar already released a screen protector that confirms the edge-to-edge display, so there's hope that our new phones will really look like this.

My fingers are crossed, because I think it's beautiful.

While we wait for answers from Cupertino, let's at least relish the fact that we'll be able to edit screenshots with iOS 11.