How is Apple planning to keep the iPhone 8's reported radical industrial design out of the hand of rumor mongering websites? Easy, develop it in Israel where security actually means something, that's how. Yet Business Insider believed that they would be able to get a scoop about Apple's next iPhone. In the end, all they were able to find out was was that some of the key hardware for the iPhone 8 was being developed in Herzliya, Israel, which is a facility that is always working on next-gen iPhone technology – so there's nothing new on that front. Their second finding was that the new iPhone won't debut until 2018 which on the surface appears to contradict everything reported on thus far about the radically designed anniversary iPhone. The rest of the report is mumbo jumbo speculation that is absolutely useless at this point in time. If you still want to read about this questionable rumor, then check it out here.