IPhone 8: Goodbye to the ‘home’ button and the screenshots

There are still months for the presentation of the iPhone 8, which according to the latest leaks would be the third iPhone of the next generation, alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. However, little by little details of the new terminal with which Apple will celebrate its tenth anniversary are revealed and, as some analysts and experts at the Cupertino company have forecasted, it all points to the ‘home’ button disappearing and , With him, also the criticized screen frames that in terms of design have left Apple quite behind its rivals in recent years.

In the midst of these claims, based on leaks and rumors, a prototype – or rather, a conceptual design – appears exactly what is expected of the iPhone 8. We will remember that it would be the ‘third iPhone’, the most expensive and complete ‘Of all of them, and the only one that would feature OLED display while both the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus are expected to hold the IPS panel. This, among other things, is what would reduce its thickness and weight, remove the bezels and insert the fingerprint sensor into the screen itself, so that the Touch ID sensor is no longer on a separate physical button – although The last one, the iPhone 7, is a capacitive button.

The iPhone 8 would have OLED display, and a frontal design without frames and without the classic button ‘home’ that in recent years has evolved remarkably.

Like the Xiaomi Mi Mix, the iPhone 8 would finally remove the entire screen frames

There are still months for the presentation of the iPhone 8, which according to the latest leaks would be the third iPhone of the next generation, alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. However, little by little details of the new terminal with which Apple will celebrate its tenth anniversary are revealed and, as some analysts and experts at the Cupertino company have forecasted, it all points to the ‘home’ button disappearing and , With him, also the criticized screen frames that in terms of design have left Apple quite behind its rivals in recent years.

In the midst of these claims, based on leaks and rumors, a prototype – or rather, a conceptual design – appears exactly what is expected of the iPhone 8. We will remember that it would be the ‘third iPhone’, the most expensive and complete ‘Of all of them, and the only one that would feature OLED display while both the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus are expected to hold the IPS panel. This, among other things, is what would reduce its thickness and weight, remove the bezels and insert the fingerprint sensor into the screen itself, so that the Touch ID sensor is no longer on a separate physical button – although The last one, the iPhone 7, is a capacitive button.

The iPhone 8 would have OLED display, and a frontal design without frames and without the classic button ‘home’ that in recent years has evolved remarkably.