Live video of the iPhone 8 shows more than before

Live video of the iPhone 8 shows more than before

Live video of the iPhone 8 shows more than before

Somewhere deep in Apple's new spaceship campus, CEO Tim Cook and chief design officer Jony Ive are cursing out the world as fanatic developers continue unearthing clues about the unreleased iPhone 8 from a recent software leak.

Another leak which appeared through Slashleaks suggested the fingerprint scanner will be on the back, below the Apple logo, but we don't see one here.

The HomePod firmware code dump is quickly turning into Apple's Panama Papers, with respect to leaks pertaining to this year's new iPhone. This means that the iPhone 8 can be put into silent mode by the user's glance. One of them, dubbed iPhone 8, is said to bring major design changes. The front portion of the device is not surprisingly different to that of the iPhone 8, which will come with an OLED display, stacked sensors and near bezel-less look. According to Kuo's latest research note, the iPhone 8 will be announced in September alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. In any case, the new releases affirmed the following iPhone's plan which is taking the track of Android in the Operating System's interface.

In a story that just doesn't seem willing to die, a sketchy report from The Korea Herald relays that Apple's iPhone 8 release might be delayed after all. But now a new video has emerged that gives fans a sneak peak of what could be the iPhone 7s Plus. The current iPad Pro has a similar feature, as it uses the MacBook's $49 29W USB-C power adapter for fast charging. It's going to be interesting to see how Apple is going to tweak iOS for this new device.

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Other options for Touch ID on the iPhone 8 include the side sleep/wake button or the back, everyone's least favorite spot for the fingerprint sensor.

The new home button will also reportedly disappear when you're using certain apps (like, say, watching full-screen video on YouTube).

Rumours are suggesting the iPhone 8's power button could be nearly twice the size of the iPhone 7's, and that may be a direct result of its new functionality. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. Tai is an executive at Foxconn, the parent company of Sharp, and also the people that make the iPhone - so it's very likely he's privy to some serious insider knowledge.

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