Apple iPhone 8: It's The Final Countdown!

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31 August, 2017

It appears that new iPhone 8 gestures will replace the functionality of the home button. While many Android phones have ditched physical home buttons already, they usually include an on-screen version at the bottom of the display.

Apple's September 12 event, however, will not only be all about the iPhone, as the company is expected to unveil several other products. The iPhone 8 is expected to be announced on September 12 (along with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus).

So many questions! What happens to Control Center, which has become one of the most important parts of the iPhone UI since its introduction in iOS 7?

An alleged early "dummy" model of the new phone, posted online by a Latvian leaker shows no Home button. Also, CEO Timothy D. Cook sold 268,623 shares of the company's stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, August 28th.

Apple is launching the phone as it reaches its tenth anniversary and so iPhone 8 will be worth the big event.

According to MacRumors, the wireless charging feature of the iPhone 8 might be half the charging speed of standard chargers. It's also going to have a facial recognition sensor that, along with the earpiece and front-facing camera, will be contained in a cutout at the top of the screen.

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Apple's iPhone 8 is expected to be the first iPhone not to feature a home button. While we still have some time to witness the launch of the upcoming iPhone 8, the lookalikes, concept ideas and clones have once again started to heat up the online world.

Not only do current OLED screens outperform the image quality of LCD displays, but the screen technology will be more efficient, allowing Apple to bring Always-on display features and even a true dark mode to the iPhone.

Wireless charging is a pretty convenient way to power your phone, especially if you're too lazy (or drunk) to bother plugging your phone in.

That would be the biggest change to the design of the iPhone since it debuted ten years ago. Rumors claim that the company will be moving the fingerprint sensor at the back of the device, just like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8. That means that PearlID can be used to unlock the iPhone 8, authorize Apple Pay purchases, and access secure apps. The device will also sport an OLED screen, which makes it brighter and more colorful compared to its predecessors.

Next year, though, Apple is reportedly planning to launch three iPhone models in the coming iPhone cycle.


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