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Saturday, 12 August 2017

IPhone 8: How will apps work with the redesigned terminal?

As many of you know, Apple is planning to introduce three new smartphones by the end of this year 2017, specifically in the coming month of September. It is speculated that the company will launch an iPhone 7s , an iPhone 7s Plus and an iPhone 8 (iPhone X, iPhone Edition, iPhone Anniversary).

While the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will follow the design line of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the special edition iPhone for the 10th anniversary (iPhone 8) will have a completely redesigned design .

The iPhone 8 will have very small side bezels, an OLED display, a glass back cover and 3D sensors that will penetrate the screen ... and this will cause the applications to run differently at the top of the user interface. IOS.

How will the apps work with the 3D sensor framework

Designer Maksim Petriv has created a series of iPhone 8 concepts showing us what Apple could implement for running iOS applications.

As the 3D sensor frame will be integrated into the OLED screen, it will leave a space at the top two corners . This space can be used to display some elements of the iOS user interface, such as battery percentage, Wi-Fi signal level or time.

In the image we share we see different designs of the iPhone 8. The first simply shows us a completely black status bar that merges with 3D sensor frames . The second concept suggests the same, but without the rounded edges and with the status bar a little lower.

The third image of the concept that we have attached indicates how the design of the "rabbit ears" in an application like the App Store would be. As previously mentioned, to show elements of the status bar as the percentage of battery and Wi-Fi signal.

Below we see the same design with some other applications like Mood, Twitter and Instagram. They look good!

What design do you like best for the iPhone 8? Do you like the FaceTime camera 3D sensor frame?

Via | 9to5mac

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