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Friday, 13 January 2017

Do you prefer an iPhone 8 with flat or rounded edges?



The latest rumors suggest that the Apple iPhone 8 will have a facial recognition system and will incorporate the expected wireless load into its hardware.

In addition, the iPhone 8 is expected to replace aluminum by glass , using stainless steel to seal the chassis.



It is also speculated that the Cupertino company's next-gen smartphone will offer users an OLED screen , but it is still unknown if its side edges will be curved .


And this brings us to the next question ...

Do you prefer an iPhone 8 with flat or rounded edges?

A recent survey shared via 9to5mac indicates that most Apple users prefer an iPhone with flat edges . A surprising reaction, considering that in most models of the iPhone the edges are rounded.


Specifically, in the survey, 53% opted for an iPhone 8 with flat edges as in the iPhone 5 and the iPhone SE , to put a couple of examples. On the other hand, 37% of users preferred a smartphone with rounded edges .


Be that as it may, other users suggested the best of both options as a mix between the current design of the iPhone 7 and the design of the iPhone 5.


How will the iPhone 8 be?

It is difficult to predict, even based on the rumors, what features will be the design and hardware of the iPhone 8 . However, you can take a look at this video to discover how Apple might surprise users with news such as the removal of the Home button and the side edges.


Personally, I think the curved edges of the OLED screen on the iPhone 8 (removing the side bezels) would give the iPhone 8 a very nice look. But, on the other hand, flat edges would allow users to interact with touch buttons on the sides of A much more effective way.

Now it's up to you to answer the question that we have launched, you can participate in both the social networks of iPadizate (Facebook, Twitter, Google+) and in the comments section of our blog. Do you prefer flat or rounded edges?

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