iPhone Rumour: The traditional iPhone’s home button isn’t long for this world. Apple is again rumoured to be on track to remove the iconic physical home button to its featured 2017 iPhone. iPhone Rumour has become key to every iPhone and iPad, instead of the button, fingerprint sensors would be built into the screen to allow the firms Touch ID system to work.
Apple was reportedly working on a significant redesign of the iPhone for the 2017 model that will not include a home button as per the reports by Bloomberg. Removing the home button would be a crucial move for Apple to focus more on technologies like Touch ID and Apple Pay.
It is internally developing Touch and Display Driver Integration (TDDI) single-chip solutions for its iPhone’s, according to the sources of Taiwan’s IC design industry. And they have come with the integrated fingerprint sensors.
Next year’s model is expected to represent a significant redesign of iPhone which may be called the iPhone 8, will feature edge-to-edge flexible OLED display, top and bottom bezels. It also features fingerprint sensors and front-facing camera.
The iPhone display may also feature edges that curved on both sides which are similar to Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, and also rumoured to have a glass body. It put a stop by moving away from the aluminium that has used for the previous iPhones since iPhone 5.
The featured model reportedly coming in 2017 will mark the ten years since the original iPhone launched in 2007.
The upcoming iPhone 7 will arrive with the 5.5-inch size with Apple 10 as the chipset and grouped with 2GB RAM. The rear camera of iPhone 7 upgraded with OIS (Optimal Image Stabilization) of 12MP camera.
Apple iPhone 7 is going to launch on 16th September 2016 along with two more models iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro. The Pre-order sales are expected to start from 9th September 2016, so iPhone lovers get ready to grab the latest model of iPhone.