What do you want from the next iPhone? An OLED screen? An improved camera? Maybe the death of the home button?
We donâ€™t know what Apple intends to release next year but wonâ€™t stop people from dreaming. This iPhone 8 concept, released last week, imagines what Appleâ€™s device would look like if fans were involved in the design process. Everything from a bezel-less display to Touch ID embedded in the display is featured, making us pine for what could be in next yearâ€™s release.
Whatâ€™s notable about this concept is the cues it takes from devices like the V10 and V20. Rather than a home button, the concept inserts a secondary display at the bottomâ€”a Touch Bar if you want to stick with Appleâ€™s preferred vernacular.
The problem with concepts is weâ€™ll never see them come to fruition. As badly as we want this iPhone to exist, it wonâ€™t. Not only because itâ€™s technologically unfeasible, but because Apple is slow to adopt new trends in the market. Itâ€™s unlikely weâ€™ll see an iPhone with wireless charging for at least a few years.
In fact, weâ€™ve been hearing next yearâ€™s release will simply be a general follow-up to the iPhone 7, with the possibility of a new color. Thatâ€™s about as far from this concept as you can get. The New Year is just around the corner, however, which means weâ€™ll soon start seeing iPhone rumors pop up with greater frequency.
In the meantime, check out the concept and yearn for what will never be.
Article source: http://www.technobuffalo.com/2017/01/01/iphone-8-concept/