We've previously heard plenty of rumours about the iPhone 8 ditching the physical Home key due to its vast expanse of edge-to-edge OLED display real-estate, and we've also heard about the so-called "Function Area" which is said to be a specific portion of the display dedicated to taking on the Home key role, as well as, as the title would suggest, a series of functions.
The iPhone 8 will likely have a virtual home key at the bottom.Science and Knowledge/YouTubeDeveloper Steve Troughton Smith has been digging inside the leaked iOS code Apple inadvertently released with the HomePod software, and found proof that the "iPhone 8" will replace the device's signature home button with a virtual key. It doesn't look like Apple will be abandoning those users any time soon either, as reports this week claim that an upgraded iPhone SE 2 is on the way.
The iPhone 8 will offer buyers and edge-to-edge screen, but that's not the entire story.
But that notch ruins the phone's ideal symmetry, which is why the iPhone 8's design is such a hotly debated story.
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According to reports, the suspected person is Arjun Aloysius, the son-in-law of Sri Lanka's former Central Bank chief Arjuna Mahendran.
iOS developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered a new code hidden inside the HomePod firmware, which seems to suggest that the iPhone will automatically mute notifications when you are looking at the display. The device will feature dual-lens vertical cameras.
One industry analyst, Pan Juitang, first put the idea of a new iPhone SE out on to the web back in July. The company is also set to launch two new smartphones alongside the iPhone 8. The image revealed the glass back and inductive charging.
Maksim Petriv, an Interactive UI and UX designer at NY firm Design Hunt, tried to reimagine popular apps like Instagram, Twitter, and Spotify, as well as Apple's own Music service.