Yes, the iPhone 6 models have been around only a few weeks. The iPhone 6s is expected this time next year and, if Apple follows tradition, should look much the same as this year’s model. Then, iPhone 7 and 7s. What about iPhone 8? Zach Epstein gushes over a concept iPhone.
Forget next year’s iPhone 6s. Forget the iPhone 7 expected in 2016 and its sequel, which will likely debut in 2018. A graphic designer who goes by “Steel Drake” took to Behance earlier this week to share his vision of the iPhone 8, a device that likely won’t debut until sometime in 2019.
And if Apple’s actual iPhone 8 looks anything like Drake’s vision, 2019 can’t get here soon enough.
Gimme a break.