Regarding the iPhone’s 10-year anniversary this year, the American tech giant Apple is planning to unveil altogether three smartphones. Recently, the KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone 8 will not have the physical home button on the phone.
So, how will the phone work? You may wonder, well, to solve this he said that instead of the physical home button Apple will functionally set up other biometric technology to open the phone (for example) iris or facial recognition technology.
Kuo said that the new iPhone 8 would feature a 5.8” OLED with 5.15” inches of functional screen space. Among this space, there will be few places for the virtual buttons. He also said that size wise the now iPhone 8 would be similar to the 4.7 inch iPhone with a 5.8-inch board. This is possible because there is no additional place outside of the screen.
On the other hand, battery life may likewise be another significant change in the OLED based iPhone 8. Recently, Kuo said that the iPhone 8 is comparable in size to the 4.7-inch iPhone 7. It will include a battery capacity like the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus.
It sounds obviously great and we are looking forward to seeing what else Apple adds to its 10th anniversary’s iPhone.