Another Report ‘Confirms’ iPhone 8 Will Have In-Screen Touch ID
Apple is putting an end to the scourge of review prompts that seemed to pop up inside of some apps every few days.
What’s more, there are other options out there for developers who absolutely, positively need to release an app starring Pepe the Frog – the Google Play Store is much more lax, and has plenty of content featuring the character. The latest report reiterates previous rumours that iPhone 8 will have an embedded fingerprint scanner.
The upcoming OS, which will power the next installment in the iPhone series, features a new file management system, a revamped app switcher, and a quick-type keyboard.
If Apple includes a cutout for the front camera and other sensors, there would be the screen on both sides of the cutout.
Apart from the 3D sensing capabilities, the iPhone 8 front camera is expected to feature a laser and infrared sensor with support for Apple’s new ARKit, which is now said to be under development.
Further, iPhone 8’s front panel has been leaked as well, revealing a glass back, end-to-end bezelless display, and absence of home button. The phone would also come with fast charging option to charge the device faster. The images also show that the smartphone will feature a vertical dual camera setup.
Apple is expected to announce iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus as well along with iPhone 8. iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be successors to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. While the in-display solution suffered from yield and manufacturing issues, Apple would not opt for the rear Touch ID. Apple has made a new set of tools called ARKit available to third-party developers. The anniversary iPhone will have built-in hardware components and sensors to take full advantage of the AR games and applications. The iPhone 8 is said to feature 3GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage. The design is that of a typical iPhone – sleek and curvaceous – only with more real estate to work upon.