So far, details of the iPhone 8 launch had been handled tightly by Apple developers. However, last Sunday, June 18, 2017, accessory company Mobile Fun leaked the design of the new model by promoting on its website a screen protector designed for the latest generation model.
Earlier, Mobile Fun would have accurately filtered important details of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8, in addition to the iPhone 7, according to an article in the Spanish newspaper El Pais de España.
As you can see in the new model, the design of the phone would have significant changes, such as widening the screen towards the edges of the device, a thinner appearance a physiognomy with curves of greater angle.
According to Forbes magazine, the screen of the device would have a length of 5.8 inches. The iPhone 7 models are 4.7 and 5.5 inches. In addition to this, the side frames of the phone would disappear, leaving more space for the screen and less for the housing. Another great feature is that apparently the new model would no longer have a 'home' button; that is, the central button that sends the user back to the main application selection menu.
Although it is not yet clear how this function will be replaced, it is known that the space will be replaced by a control panel called 'function area'. Thus, this space would serve for the user to resort to shortcuts for volume control and music player, change tabs in the browser, control incoming calls and the panel fingerprints.
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