iPhone 8 to get a huge design overhaul that we all have been waiting for. The upcoming iPhone 8 will be fully made of glass.
iPhone 8 To Get Huge Design Overhaul We All Waiting For
We all know very well that the all new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus arrived in early September and the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus promise to revolutionize the market for smartphones. It was one of the most talked and hot topics in recent days.
We have seen the launch of iPhone 7 affected thousands of people worldwide and it will not fail to do so for a long time. However, one of the biggest issues with the newly launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus was the design. The company arranged antenna lines and the 3.5 mm headphone jack went missing.
Missing headphone port actually created lots of controversies. We have seen people also tried drilling their new iPhone 7 after a fake video went viral which claimed that drilling iPhone 7 will make them insert a headphone jack.
However, Apple is still holding out their best ideas for the iPhone 8. iPhone 8 would be Apple’s 10th-anniversary unit. Recent rumors claim that the upcoming iPhone 8 design will get the new design we all waiting for.
According to the daily star, the upcoming iPhone 8 will not have the home button! and the missing headphone port can make things easier for Apple to extend the screen to the bottom of the device. Apple is planning to create a screen that covers the entire phone.
Some other reports also suggest that iPhone 8 will use OLED technology. The front and back will be all glass. However, we can examine that Apple has settled the ambient light sensor, proximity sensor and the front speaker along with front camera above the display. Therefore, if apple decided to remove it entirely, Apple would have to embed those features beneath the glass.
According to a new patent discovered by Apple emits some information on what Apple might have prepared for its next-generation smartphone. In US Patent no. 9,466,653 which is titled as “Electronic Devices With Display-Integrated Light Sensors” shows the technology that could allow Apple to consolidate with the light sensors into the screen without affecting any Touchscreen functionality or the sensor.
So, What you think ? Can this technology make it into Apple’s upcoming products? Share us your thoughts below.