Apple iPhone 8 has been creating a buzz since last year. We have seen countless leaks and rumours for the upcoming smartphone — it has been seen in renders and has been talked about by tipsters and analysts. Now, someone has done a full-blown hands-on video (scroll below) of the smartphone mock ups, which are being said to be the closest versions of the official handset. The 2 minute, 40 second video is uploaded on YouTube by Danny Winget, a tech reviewer, and shows all the three colour variants of the upcoming iPhone 8 in the most clearest way possible. The video suggests the iPhone 8 to come in ‘Copper Gold’ along with Silver and Black colour variants. If you have been following the leaks and rumours surrounding the iPhone 8, you won’t be surprised looking at the design. The handset, as mentioned before, is seen sporting a full-screen front with a sleek bezel on top including the speaker grille, dual cameras and the sensors. At the back there’s a vertical dual camera setup with a LED flash placed in between them. The Apple logo and the ‘iPhone’ moniker is seen as well. On the right there’s a SIM card slot and what is said to be a power button, while on the left you get a the usual volume buttons and the alert slider. At the bottom the iPhone 8 is seen sporting a lightning port along with two speaker grilles on either side. The antenna lines too are hidden now, giving it a cleaner overall look. According to recent survey made by Barclays, the rumoured $1000 price tag for the iPhone 8 is much to ask for. According to a report by CNBC, Barclays conducted a survey in which only 11 per cent respondents said they would pay $1000 for the iPhone. We are yet to see how much Apple plan to charge for its upcoming device, which is rumoured to launch in September.