Smartphone leakster Benjamin Geskin today tweeted out a few images and a video of an alleged tempered glass screen protector for Apple’s OLED-based 5.8-inch iPhone 8.

First posted on Chinese social network Weibo and originally re-posted on SlashLeaks, it has noticeably thin bezels and a minor cutout at the top for the camera and the sensors.

As evidenced by the images, the accessory matches up the rumored dimensions and design schematics of iPhone 8 perfectly. It should be said that vendors often design accessories for unreleased Apple products based on rumors, so take this one with a grain of salt.

The screen protector is made by Olixar and can be purchased via MobileFun for $32.

According to the product’s listing, the accessory features edge-to-edge design with a 2.5D rounded edge and includes support for Apple’s 3D Touch pressure-sensing technology.

  • Sachka

    Interesting… but how about Touch ID? supposing it is actually integrated on the screen, having a piece of glass on top of the new tech doesn’t seem quite right.

    • Agneev

      That’s an interesting thought.

  • Lemerio P.

    This design doesn’t make sense around the top area of the phone. If you look at the current iPhones UI, you know that information along the top edge would conflict. The network, signal, and wifi would be in this area where the camera and sensors sit.

    • Agneev

      Only the time can conflict, not the “network, signal, and Wi-Fi”.

    • Sachka

      Did you check iOS 11? they changed the antenna dots back to bars, it now covers less area.

      • Lemerio P.

        Yes, but the clock is still right in the middle.

  • I await the day we truly will never need any sort of screen protection.

  • iKhalil

    If this design is true (cuz I like it) the only thing I’m gonna miss is to be able to scroll all over the way to the top just by touching the clock in the status bar

  • George

    Hahahah there is no way any phone company would make such small bezels that thing would be a mess to hold.