Apple is anticipated to hold its annual iPhone event on Sept. 12, where a slate of new products like a flagship "iPhone 8," LTE Apple Watch and more are expected to debut. Check out all the latest launch rumors in this video.
Gesture controls are the touchscreen equivalent of keyboard shortcuts on a traditional computer — that is to say they are meant for pro users. For that reason, users shouldn't expect that Apple will kill off the iPhone home button entirely anytime soon, despite radical changes expected on the pro-focused "iPhone 8."
Making a firm design decision, Apple is said to be choosing not to hide the sensor "notch" cut into the top of the "iPhone 8's" OLED display, taking after the look of some other devices like the Essential Phone.
Rather than presenting a virtual home button, the so-called "iPhone 8" is expected to instead offer a new software bar that could dramatically change how the iPhone is used, introducing new gesture controls for returning to the home screen and switching between apps.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday granted Apple a patent for acoustic fingerprint imaging technology accurate enough to replace existing Touch ID optical readers, bolstering rumors that the iPhone home button is not long for this world.
Apple's highly anticipated product unveiling is reportedly set to take place in just a few weeks — on Tuesday, Sept. 12 — where the company is expected to introduce the all-new "iPhone 8," as well as other products.
Samsung Electronics on Monday said it expects memory demand that drove record second-quarter profits to continue into the September quarter — something that may hint at its involvement in Apple's upcoming iPhones, particularly the "iPhone 8."
A new pair of parts reportedly from the "iPhone 8" have surfaced, with one of them a single layer of the device's L-shaped motherboard, and the other what is claimed to be the edge-to-edge OLED screen for the phone.
Since July, Apple has reportedly been working to secure a "massive" quantity of camera lens modules for this fall's new iPhones — something that could be aided by one of its suppliers launching a new factory by the end of September.
An unverified tip claims Apple CEO Tim Cook is planning to make an important announcement in the augmented reality/virtual reality space in Austin, Tex., on Friday, and might also reveal the date of an expected September iPhone event, AppleInsider has learned.
Approximately 70 percent of iPhone users will not consider purchasing any other smartphone, the results of a recent survey by Fluent reveals, with 40 percent of respondents looking to upgrade to an iPhone planning to choose the upcoming 'iPhone 8.'
A new report detailing why people stick with the iPhone has little in the way of new details about the "iPhone 8" — but claims that the phone will cost $999, according to unspecified sources familiar with the situation.
Apple is supposedly planning to reveal the 'iPhone 8,' 'iPhone 7s,' and the 'iPhone 7s Plus' on September 12, according to a French report citing a number of sources within European carriers preparing for the impending iPhone launches.