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Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has a new report on how exactly these changes could be implemented, with Gurman's sources suggesting that Apple is looking for ways to replace the functionality usually assigned to the home button.
The software bar would have to be dragged to the middle of the screen to open the phone, or if in an app, activate the multitasking menu.
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The upcoming iPhone 8 (or iPhone X, or iPhone Edition) that Apple might unveil at a rumored event on September 12 will completely kill one of the most iconic features of all its predecessors: the home button. There is no telling as to how the iPhone 8 will combat Samsung's newest release but months and months of leaks and rumors already has the hype peaking at a boiling point.
Apple is also expected to showcase the iOS 11, the next major version of its mobile operating system that will debut alongside the next iPhones.
This "3D" sensor could be used to add people's faces into apps or games, or for facial recognition. Removing the home button significantly changed the way iPhone looks.
Apple has finally set a date for the announcement of the next series of iPhone. The iOS charging procedure would be able to check whether the pad providing the inductive power is licensed by Apple else the iPhone would refuse the incoming charge.
Jordan Hiscott, chief trader at ayondo markets, said Apple is on the verge of becoming the first company to breach a US$1trn market value. Furthermore, unlike other companies, Apple is also selling its brand and this always inflates the price of any Apple-made product. Gurman says the so-called iPhone 8 will feature some of the biggest changes we've seen in the iPhone since its debut 10 years ago, including a almost all-screen front. Swiping up again goes back to the home screen.
Of course, the iPhone that makes it to consumer hands could be quite different from the concepts Apple is testing, so don't take today's report as confirmation the iPhone 8 is doing away with the home button. Unfortunately, the iPhone 8 won't be for sale until the fourth quarter, and at the latest, 2018.
In other words, this iPhone launch, which some analysts could fetch as much as $1,200 or even as much as $1,400, is expected to be more than just Apple's typical incremental hardware upgrade.