IPhone 8 Has A Notch And Bunny Ears

James Marshall
August 11, 2017

This is also said to be because of rumors claim that it could come at an affordable price. The iPhone 8 looks smaller overall but it clearly has more usable screen real estate.

The HomePod also revealed some features of the Apple Watch 3 and Apple TV. Forbes notes that the new screen could be the largest on an iPhone to date.

Talking first about the HomePod leak, developer Steve Troughton-Smith has found out that the home button on the iPhone 8 will be resizeable and that the phone will offer an option to hide the indicator as well.

iPhone 8 will be announced at the annual Apple event in the fall of 2017.

While Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities recently suggested that the OLED version of the upcoming iPhone will be launched alongside LCD variants, albeit in limited quantities, a new report from The Korea Herald has indicated that the smartphone might now be unveiled around November. Of course, it's entirely possible that the iPhone 7S Plus won't have wireless charging and the glass back side is just there in order to simplify the manufacturing process and maintain a somewhat consistent image across the entire iPhone lineup. Almost all the leaks and renders we've seen of the iPhone 8 have had a black bezel and notch. Do you prefer the black or white bezel? This is reportedly going to be made possible by ditching the Home button - and the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, too - and reducing the thickness of the bezel all around the display. In the past, Apple has reduced the size of battery and kept the same battery life, so expect the iPhone 8 to last for the same length of time - or better. Apple might have replaced it with a virtual home button called the "Home Indicator". Interestingly, though, most rumours and mock-ups point to a vertically mounted array, with one lens above the other. It is not as tall as the S8, but the aspect ratio of the two should be the same.

Now there is talk about a 1.1-inch increase from the iPhone 7's 4.7-inch display to 5.8-inches.

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