Surprisingly, the images line up with previous rumors, giving them a hint of legitimacy. Of course, these images aren't confirmed by Apple or anything, so take this information with a grain of salt.
The iPhone 8 is rumored to feature an all-glass design in the front and back in order to support wireless charging. The front panel shows a cutout for the front-facing camera and speaker grill. ARKit is already available now though, and someone already used it to create a concept iPhone 8.
Meanwhile, the back panel is also shy of the rumoured Touch ID sensor.
The front panel also looks gorgeous and is also similar to the rumors that have suggested that it would be a near bezel-less experience.
The TouchID could come embedded under the display.
Using the same resources, YouTube channel Concepts iPhone created an iPhone 8 concept in AR. There's no cutout in the back for the Touch ID fingerprint sensor that's now housed in the iPhone's physical Home button. The back panel features the vertically positioned dual-camera setup.
It's believed Apple will release two iPhone models in September, an iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus that will be minor updates to Apple's current iPhone 7 offerings as well as an all new, dramatically redesigned iPhone 8. As always, if you have any thoughts or opinions about the leaked images above, feel free to sound them off in the comments section below!