Tech Columnist MICHAEL MOORE published an article on the iPhone 8.
APPLE iPhone 8 may be set to include some big changes, but it seems this favourite feature may still escape the chop.
The iPhone 8 is shaping up to be one of the biggest launches of 2017.
Apple is reportedly hard at work on its next flagship device, which is set to be released later this year to mark the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone back in 2007.
RUMOURS AND REPORTS SUGGESTING NEW FEATURES
Rumours and reports suggesting new features and functions for the iPhone 8 have been swirling around for some time as excitement build for the device.
But now it looks like one of the most popular iPhone 8 rumours could be all but confirmed.
With many in the technology world expecting Apple to reveal a landmark device when it does launch the iPhone 8, a novel new design is one of the most highly-anticipated new features.
Apple is reportedly planning a major makeover for the iPhone 8, with a curved glass display spanning the entire width of the front panel.
Doing so would mean getting rid of the physical home button, currently used primarily to navigate back to the home screen, or to unlock the device with a fingerprint.
Multiple reports have claimed that Apple is planning to ditch the home button in favour of a touch-sensitive screen, but this has led to questions around what will happen to Apple’s TouchID system, used for fingerprint authentication.
The expected death of a physical home button could mean the end of TouchID as we currently know it, but a new report has claimed that the feature will instead live on in another way.
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