Fresh iPhone 8 renders show off bezel-less screen, iOS 11 & more

first_imgiPhone 8 renders have been on and off the Internet for quite a while now. For the first time, however, an iPhone 8 running Apple’s new iOS 11, has made its way on to the World Wide Web giving a clear picture of the futuristic anniversary edition iPhone. Since the new renders are renders and not official in any way, it’s highly recommended that you take these with a pinch of salt for your viewing pleasure. Chances are the upcoming iPhone 8 may be a whole different ball-game whenever it arrives later this year.Speaking of the new renders — courtesy iDropNews — the iPhone 8 is seen sporting an all-screen and almost no-bezel design. The home button is said to be integrated into the display itself, and the only visible signs of a bezel are seen up-top where the iPhone’s front camera, earpiece grill and other sensors are located. The design is that of a typical iPhone — sleek and curvaceous — only with more real estate to work upon.On the back, of the iPhone 8 is seen carrying a vertically aligned dual-camera setup that would apparently house AR capabilities. On the inside it is said to carry some sort of wireless charging technology.The most striking aspect of the renders, however, is the fact that the iPhone 8 on display is seen running iOS 11 giving on-lookers a clear view of what Apple’s soon to be released operating system would look like on the next iPhone. Everything, right from the unified lock screen and notification center, the redesigned Control Centre and the App Store, to the Apple Pay integration into iMessage, are shown in their full glory.The iOS 11 update which is now available as a Developer Beta Preview will be available for all this fall probably around the same time that Apple announces its next iPhone. The iOS 11 update is a giant step for the iPhone and a monumental leap for the iPad, according to Apple. It brings along a slurry of new features — largely to the iPad — that build upon the incumbent release creating a user experience that is supposedly a lot better for the end-user than last year’s iOS 10. At the same time, iOS 11 lays ground work for the future, in that it “opens up to amazing possibilities for augmented reality in games and apps.”advertisementAlso Read: iOS 11 at WWDC 2017: 11 features that make it Apple’s biggest iOS update to datelast_img


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