TheiPhone 8 (which could also be called iPhone X in reference to the 10 years of the smartphone) should not be released until next October. Meanwhile, information about the next premium Apple phone is clarifying. The concepts, the renderings as well as the models, inspired by the most credible rumors, are becoming more and more numerous.
The latest concept reveals an iPhone 8 where the focus is on the future operating system iOS 11. As a reminder, it will be presented at the next Apple developer conference in June (read: WWDC 2017: keynote iOS 11, macOS 10.13, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4 on June 5).
Among the new features of the Cupertino smartphone, we mention a screen size larger than that of the iPhone 7. The operating system will therefore have to adapt to this configuration. The site MicGadget has released images showing what the interface of iOS 11 on the iPhone X could look like.
The concept offers an iPhone 8 with an OLED screen occupying the entire front surface of the device. The double front photo sensor is invisible and we also note the removal of the Home button. Where the home button was, Apple would consider a function area including the Touch ID. Indeed, the fingerprint sensor is found under the phone screen according to several sources.