A video uploaded on Thursday offers a close-up with an alleged "iPhone 8" design dummy in "copper gold," potentially one of just three color options for Apple's upcoming flagship.
The "copper gold" dummy has a flat copper color on the back, but is actually a shiny yellow on the sides, according to YouTube producer Danny Winget. He speculated however that the device might look different in its final shipping form.
He expressed similar views about the dummy's white bezels, calling them "hideous." It's frequently expected that Apple will use black bezels across the board to blend them into the phone's 5.8-inch OLED display.
Winget released a similar video earlier this week, offering a glimpse at other "iPhone 8" mockups as well as the LCD-based "iPhone 7s" and "7s Plus." Images and video of a copper-tinged "iPhone 8" have been circulating for several days.
Those leaks may be backed by a claim from KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo, who recently said that the "iPhone 8" would ship this September in three shades: black, silver, and gold.