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What iOS 11 might look like on the iPhone 8’s edge-to-edge screen

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This year’s new redesigned iPhone is all but confirmed thanks to months worth of leaks and Apple’s own slip-up with the HomePod firmware that keeps revealing more and more.

So we’re pretty sure what the hardware will look like, but what how will iOS 11 look on an iPhone with an edge-to-edge display and a notch at the top of the screen? Visual and user interface designer Max Rudberg decided to use his design skills to imagine what it could look like, and it’s got us really pumped.

The next iPhone (possibly called the iPhone 8, or iPhone Edition, or iPhone Pro) is expected to come with a 5.8-inch OLED screen that stretches edge-to-edge with rounded corners. The screen change would allow a larger screen to fit in a smaller physical form factor.  Read more…

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Via: TechCrunch

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