Rumor claims that in 2017 iPhone will have no home button
It is telling that, days earlier than the anticipated launch of iPhone 7, we’re seeing extra rumors concerning the subsequent year’s iPhone. The consensus among the many reporters and leakers who observe Apple is that the iPhone 7 will solely deliver minor upgrades in comparison with final year’s mannequin, whereas the iPhone that is available in 2017 might be a much more revolutionary improve.
A brand new Bloomberg report reiterates this notion, saying it is probably that the 2017 iPhone will endure a serious redesign that shuns the house button and “focuses extra closely on the show.”
We have seen the rumor in regards to the house button being changed by a contact-delicate button in June, and Bloomberg itself corroborated that report in August. However that was for the iPhone 7; the brand new report claims the following year’s iPhone will not have a house button in any respect.
A current report additionally stated the iPhone that’ll come out subsequent 12 months may have a curved screen, presumably much like those on Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note7.
Apple didn’t verify any of this — not even the launch date (reportedly Sept. 7) for the iPhone 7 has been formally confirmed but. It is arduous to say whether or not the onslaught of rumors a couple of closely redesigned 2017 iPhone are actual or only a response to the dearth of (fascinating) rumors in regards to the iPhone 7 Mobile, whose important options will probably be the absence of a headphone jack, an upgraded processor, extra RAM and storage reminiscence, and a twin rear digicam.