Any news on the Cupertino Company spreads like wildfire. iPhone lovers are very excited and are anxiously waiting for September (as assumed) when the iPhone 8 will be brought to the spotlight.
2017 is the year when iPhone turns 10 years old and so this year will be made memorable by Tim Cook and his company by launching iPhone 8 and two other variants.
Each day something or the other news pops up about the highly anticipated iPhone 8 which becomes viral on the internet. A few days ago we shared you a leaked video which showed the flagship smartphone from different angles.
And now there is another news which is breaking the internet is that the iPhone 8 may not bring Touch ID on its front screen and not even on the back. This information comes from KGI's Ming-Chi Kuo who has released an evaluation on the upcoming iPhones. The Cupertino Company is expected to present the normal evolution of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as a new iPhone 8.
As per the words of Ming-Chi Kuo-"We predict the OLED model won't support fingerprint recognition, reasons being: (1) the full-screen design doesn't work with existing capacitive fingerprint recognition, and (2) the scan-through ability of the under display fingerprint solution still has technical challenges".
Kuo even added that the "3D sensing for facial recognition" would be featured as a new form of biometric security.
The makers of iPhone will embed a virtual home button on the display. The handset will be bezel-less and at the top will be the camera and the audio speakers.
Now the question which arises is that should we believe this rumor? But the fact is we should not just blindly trust such rumors and until it releases many assumptions like this will keep floating.
So we have to wait for the official confirmation till September when iPhone 8 officially releases.
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