YouTuber Danny Winget got ahold of a dummy iPhone 8 unit that’s painted in the copper-ish coloration, which might give us a good idea of how the final product will look like.
The unit’s back matches the rumours we have heard so far: The iPhone 8 will have a “glass sandwich” construction, with a glass back (similar to the iPhone 4 and 4s) that gently curves towards the edges, melts with the metal frame, and then reappears at the front.
The iPhone 8 will reportedly have a large, 5.8-inch, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display, a first for Apple’s devices, and it will occupy almost the entire front surface.
This is why we have heard that Apple might want to use black front panels only, but Winget’s mockup phone uses a white bezel frame (the current Gold and Rose Gold iPhones both use white as the second colour).
We have also heard that Apple might be working on a “mirror-like” finish for the iPhone 8, but that could simply be the white/silver model.
You can watch Winget’s full video — with comparisons with the other iPhone 8’s rumoured colors, as well as the current iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and Samsung’s Galaxy S8 — down below.