The launch of Apple’s latest phone is getting closer. Latest leakage reviews, the iPhone 8 will have a cover or wrapped with an easily broken glass.
It was told by Benjamin Geskin, who regularly leaked Apple’s latest software, before being officially published.
A month ago, an analyst said that the Homefront button of the phone would disappear and replaced the Touch ID fingerprint identification system completely.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, sent a report this week, claiming that Apple would drop fingerprint IDs for a new face recognition system.
Analysts also say that the iPhone 8 will display the ratio of the screen to the highest body, as compared to any phone in the market. Rumors, phones also do not have multiple buttons.
“We predict the OLED model will not support the fingerprint recognition, the reason is full-screen design does not match the fingerprint capabilities with existing capacity, and the ability to scan the fingerprints at the bottom of the screen still has technical problems,” Kuo said.
He also claims that there will be changes in the last minute but will not mean officially postponement.
“Because the new iPhone OLED will not support fingerprint identification at the bottom of the screen, now we are not expecting the publishing process to be delayed again (previously we predicted that the ramp-up will be delayed until the end of October or later),” he said.