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Apple iPhone 8: It's The Final Countdown!

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But so far it's the most detailed report we've seen so far of exactly how the iPhone 8 will actually work.

After Apple officially launch the iPhone 8 to the public on September 12th keynote event, then the new iPhone preorders should go live on Friday, September 15th at 12MN PT. However, don't take our word for it...

Apple's iPhone 8 unveiling could be just a couple of weeks away, and now Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has shared all the details he's hearing about the next handset. According to this rumor, the tech company won't even be using a virtual Home button.

The US-based news site says this is according to people briefed on the product, who have asked to remain anonymous.

As the iPhone 8 is ultimately only the size of the 7, which a battery almost the size of the Plus (which ran longer than 24 hours), it will run all day (longer) long no matter what you're trying to do with it. All of these features have to be moved or integrated into the iPhone 8 gestures.

If true this would be the biggest change in iPhone design since the launch of the device in 2007.

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"For me, it's the imminent launch of the iPhone 8, due for September 12". For one thing, Apple is already cramming that device so full of unique and difficult-to-build technologies that trying to toss Apple Pencil support in there would simply be too much. Due to the OLED screen's colour reproduction, however, when the display is black the sensor notch will blend in "nearly perfectly" with the iPhone display, presenting a seamless look.

As has been reported before, the images viewed by Bloomberg show that the iPhone 8 will have thin bezels and a larger screen than the iPhone 7. In existing iOS devices you can pull down from the top of the display to open notifications.

For instance, the new iPhone users would now be unable be befit from the public wireless charging spots that are being provided by companies like AirCharge. Perhaps each "ear" will have its own unique set of gestures when a user interacts with it.

Today, we've got a fresh, alleged iPhone 8 related image for you.

Apple has been foreshadowing the removal of the home button for some time. Thanks to the phone's design - the entire front of the device will be screen (except for a small notch up top) - Apple's entire approach to phones will need to change. All those tasks would be performed differently if removed.

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