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The New iPhone 8 May Ditch The Home Button For Virtual Buttons

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The iPhone 8 front face will be occupied by the Organic Light Emitting Diode.

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The New iPhone 8 May Ditch The Home Button For Virtual Buttons

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The Apple is marking their 10th anniversary of its most successful and lucrative product iPhone. Apple is releasing their new iPhone model this year. The new iPhone 8 may ditch the home button for virtual buttons.

The New iPhone 8 May Ditch The Home Button For Virtual Buttons

Apple is releasing three different of iPhone this year. We are not sure about the other two models whether Apple will release primary iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus or they will continue the sequence by releasing iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus. The confirm thing is that there will be 10th-anniversary edition called iPhone 8 Ferrari. The size of that model will be massive 5.8 inches.

However, it will have usable space of just 5.15 inches, and the rest space will be reserved for virtual buttons. MacRumors report the news, they cited KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and he has a reputation for predicting Apple product which is mostly right.

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The iPhone 8 front face will be occupied by the Organic Light Emitting Diode – OLED. The other two variants will have same dimensions and a home button similar to the latest iPhone 7 models, as per the reports.

The smartphone will have top notch features like wireless charging, iris scanner, and the fingerprint scanner will be integrated into the screen. All these features and upgraded specs will make it expensive, and it will cost you $1000.

It will be quite different than the previous editions if we talk about the design specifically. The design of the current iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and also other earlier versions before them has been same since 2014.

Apple stuck with the Liquid Crystal Displays – LCD. On the other hand, Apple rivals are using OLED screen that produces deeper black and richer colors.

We can take all these news with just a grain of salt, but Ming-Chi Kuo has a solid reputation of predicting right things.

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