Apple's iPhone 8 could be seeing some screen changes

Apple's iPhone 8 could be seeing some screen changes

Big screen upgrades to replace TouchID?

9to5Mac reports that KGI research analyst (and source of accurate leaks in the past) Ming-Chi Kuo has the latest info on the next iPhone's screen. Apparently it'll use a 5.8in OLED display, but with significantly slimmer bezels than previous phones. That means it can squeeze a much bigger display into a phone the same size as the current iPhone 7.

The actual display area will be around 5.15in, because the bottom part of the screen will be dedicated to a "function area", that replaces the physical home button with an interactive control panel - a lot like the current MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.

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