iPhone 8 will Come with Touch Bar instead of Home Button

This year, Tech giant Apple will launch three differ handsets on its 10th year of anniversary. It name will be iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8 or X. Apple iPhone 8 release date definitely so far away. But, next iPhone line rumours are coming day to day. Apple’s close security analyst Ming-Chi kuo claim that the Apple will make big change in its next generation iPhone, after the long time of iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus. Flagship rumour is, iPhone 8 will come with Touch bar instead of physical Home button. Possibly concept will be taken from the latest MacBook Pro 2016.

Really, iPhone 8 will come with Touch bar instead of Home button

Touch bar iPhone 8 will come with Touch bar instead of Home button

Apple’s designer Jony ive’s dream is look an iPhone into a single glass sheet. Only single glass will make iPhone to charge wireless. Popular tech reporter says iPhone 8 will be charging away from around 15-foot range without wire. So we can also expect to Apple’s next generation A11 processor, improvements to things like rear camera, FaceTime camera and more RAM.

In addition, possible Apple will make the bezels around its OLED display, as per rumors, iPhone 8 will mock up edge-to-edge curved OLED display. OLED screen is expensive that LCD panel display. Hence, definitely, new upcoming Apple iPhone 8 or x will be costly than last year launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

As well, physical home button will remove in next Apple handset upgrade. Apple iPhone 8 will ship with touch bar on the beneath on the display with touch security sensor.

If we talking about operating system, then Apple to unveil new iPhone operating System on WWDC June 5 2017, new iOS called iOS 11. So hope, iPhone 8 the new iPhone family member will come with latest Apple iOS 11 operating system.

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