We are close to the release of the highly-anticipated iPhone 8. It is that the sophisticated phone will be unveiled in mid-September. And we have seen many leaked specs of the stylish handset.
And the recent one is McDonald the famous fast food restaurant chain who leaked the images of iPhone 8 to publicize their application.
McDonald's has their own mobile application from where you can place orders and also avail offers and discounts.
In Australia, subscribers to the McDonald’s newsletter today took the surprise in their inbox – in the email – of several images of the iPhone 8 with the fast-food chain app running. And these images have begun to spread in social networks quickly as if McDonald’s had leaked the final design of the iPhone 8.
In Australia, people who have subscribed to the McDonald’s newsletter were surprised to see images of the iPhone 8 with the fast-food chain app running. It seemed like McDonald ‘leaked’ the final design of the iPhone 8.
Now the fact is this is not a new leak, McDonald just like us is not aware of the final design. They have just used the images which we had become viral in the month of May.
The leaked image of the iPhone 8 was developed by Benjamin Geskin. And it is expected that the upcoming iPhone will have a similar design.
In the meanwhile, McDonald's does not claim anything nor confirms the leak. They have just used the images which are not official. However, it is not known that whether it was a mistake or a publicity stunt.
This incident had created a furor in social networks not only in Australia but in many countries as well. Some even doubt that McDonald's may have some information on the upcoming flagship device.
Do not believe it as these are not the final official images. The iPhone 8 is coming soon in September, till then keep waiting.
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