With the iPhone 7, Apple still keeps the Home button on IPhone 8 but makes it evolve into a tactile and pressure sensitive area.Next year, this element should completely disappear.

With the iPhone 7, Apple still keeps the Home button on IPhone 8 but makes it evolve into a tactile and pressure sensitive area.Next year, this element should completely disappear.

With the iPhone 7, Apple still keeps the Home button on IPhone 8 but makes it evolve into a tactile and pressure sensitive area.Next year, this element should completely disappear.

Source: MacRumors

Since the iPhone's inception in 2007, the Home button is present under the display and participates in the symbolism of sleek design of Apple's smartphones . Since then, the button has expanded with new features and hides the Touch ID fingerprint reader .
This year, with the arrival of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus , a transformation has taken place: the Home button is no longer really a button.
If it is still visible by its strapping under the display, it no longer includes mechanical parts and is made tactile zone with a sensitivity to pressure and a haptic return by vibration.
It helps to make the iPhone more waterproof in the event of sprinkling and short immersions, but also more robust, eliminating one of the elements that could most easily break down after thousands of manipulations.
This evolution could precede its frank disappearance next year with the arrival of the iPhone marking the 10 years of existence of the iPhone range and which should undergo a major evolution of its design. The evaporation of the Home button in the iPhone 8 is evoked again in the New York Times, according to revelations from sources not cited that indicate that the button will have become virtual and integrated directly on the screen.

This brings us back to the hypothesis of an iPhone in 2017 whose OLED display will cover the entire front face, including slices, and will make disappear the bands at the top and bottom of the screen, which, with the rumor d 'A hull abandoning the metal to iron by the glass, could give an iPhone 2017 all dressed glass.

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