Purported¬†drawings¬†of iPhone 8’s logic board showing¬†internal component layout leaked¬†on the web Monday. The images indicate¬†that Apple’s upcoming flagship¬†won’t adopt USB-C after because¬†the good ol’ Lightning¬†port can be seen at the bottom of the device. Other things we can infer from the images, allegedly¬†obtained from a Foxconn source, include an L-shaped battery, a display with True Tone capability similar to that on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and more.

The diagrams show an L-shaped two-cell battery pack (in yellow and orange) that KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo mentioned in February. Stacked logic board design should permit Apple to squeeze a Plus-sized battery inside a similarly-sized device like a 4.7-inch iPhone.

Kuo called for a 2,700 mAh L-shaped two-cell battery pack for iPhone 8.

Below the battery is the Taptic Engine and new components required for a¬†thin-film 3D Touch¬†module. The purple section is devoted to Touch ID. The¬†Lightning port is seen at the bottom, corroborating an earlier¬†KGI report saying iPhone 8 won’t adopt a USB-C port.

The diagram also appears to indicate that iPhone 8 might feature two speakers at the bottom (the green part), as opposed to iPhone 7 which uses one speaker at the bottom and the earpiece at the top of the phone to create stereo sound. The device should be 7.1 mm thin like iPhone 7 and have a vertically aligned dual-camera that protrudes from the back.

The pink section in the bottom-right corner denotes wireless charging components.

Geskin said in another tweet that the phone’s rumored stainless steel frame could¬†be similar in appearance to the Space Black Apple Watch models. What the diagram doesn’t tell us is the location of a Touch ID sensor and 3D cameras for augmented reality features.

The drawings were created by hand from claimed¬†device blueprints.¬†Be sure to take the report with a grain of salt because, as AndroidPolice points out, this Twitter account apparently belongs to a notorious faker who ‚Äúpurposely tries to pass fakes for real images‚ÄĚ.

Source: iGeneration (Google Translate) via Benjamin Geskin on Twitter