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All you need to know about iPhone 8

Next Apple phone may be called the iPhone 8 according to the recent reports and the handset is expected to feature a new face which has almost entirely taken up the display. Home button would go away anyway and there are plenty of justification to support the same idea but yet there are no pieces of evidence that the top bezel of the handset would also be removed.


The bottom bezel only houses the home button, which means that Apple can turn that unused real estate into screen space by burying the button under the display. And the apple patents already proved that currently, such technology is in development.

But the top bezel is likely more complex as it contains many things that include a light sensor, proximity sensor, front speaker, and front-facing camera. To get rid of the top bezel, Apple needs to add this features to a display. But if they reduce the size only some components need to be moved.

Some of the news discovered by the Apple Insider revealed that Apple is looking to relocate the front-facing sensors to beneath the display and hence it seemed that Apple is now not satisfied with the bezels on the iPhone. But in reality, the technology would not accommodate Apple’s design ideas.

Interestingly, it also seemed that the next iPhone will have OLED display rather than LCD display. The details will be included in the next-gen iPhone. If Apple is highlighting the type of technology, it meant to figure out the camera and speaker in the display as well. Future of the iPhone will be the only screen you will be holding in your hand.

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