A curved, almost edge-to-edge OLED display, reinforced glass design, and an improved, possibly 3D-sensing camera are all but confirmed for the iPhone 8. It embodies the back side design with curved emphasis, resembling the initial iPhone. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Monday.
ETNews goes on to say the iPhone 8's OLED display will be "relatively flat", rather than the dramatic curves featured in Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge. We expect the display, which is said to be edge-to-edge with no side bezels, to curve just slightly downward at the edges much like the cover glass of the iPhone 7.
Apple may be looking to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its iconic smartphone with an iPhone 8 design inspired by the original.
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Marcus Smart came right back to respond with a floater down the lane on the next possession, and the game was decided by then. Both of them have same stats in the last ten games, Wizards and Celtics have won six games and lost their most recent games.
This would mean no flat back design, which has been a feature of the iPhone since the iPhone 4. As cool as the original iPhone's design was, that was ten years ago. If accurate, this is a smart move on Apple's part given that the "Edition" moniker is a great way to differentiate its flagship and more margin-friendly iPhone model while not making the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus models seem like yesterday's news. The form factor of the first three iPhones was known to be the "water drop design" because the devices looked like they were dripping water droplets when placed upside down.
Apple's the next version of the iPhone will lead to a "paradigm shift", with augmented reality as its foundation, said Gene Munster, managing partner at VC firm Loop Ventures. The display will not be dramatically curved as in the case for Galaxy S7 Edge and it will just for aesthetic objective.
Apple could be bringing back the original iPhone's design on the upcoming iPhone 8.