6 great Android features missing from iOS 11

 

Call me a flip-flopper, but the new features in iOS 11 have me thinking of jumping back to iOS after switching to Android barely a year ago.

Indeed, the new version of iOS brings such enticing features as a revamped App Store, a customizable Control Center, and drag-and-drop for iPad users, plus such catch-up features as one-handed typing and easy person-to-person payments.

But returning to iOS would mean leaving behind many Android features I’ve grown to love, from the ability to set up multiple user profiles to one-touch Google searches on whatever’s onscreen at a given moment.

Read on for six awesome Android features that iOS 11 has yet to match, starting with..

Multiple user profiles

Given all the innovations coming to the iPad courtesy of iOS 11, from the ability to drag-and-drop elements from one side of the split screen to the other and the new, persistent app dock, you’d think Apple would toss in a feature that’s been standard on Android for years: user profiles, perfect for letting family members in a one-iPad household create their own personal iPad spaces.

Multiple user profiles

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If you’ve been waiting for Android-like user profiles to arrive on iOS, bad news: they’re still missing in iOS 11.

For whatever reason, though (privacy concerns, perhaps?), Apple has yet again passed on adding user profiles to the iPhone or iPad. That means if you share your iPad with your toddler or teenager, you’re sharing all your iPad data, too, including your e-mail, your open browser tabs, your Facebook app, everything.

Multiple Do Not Disturb schedules

Android has really spoiled me with its “automatic rules” for Do Not Disturb mode. With automatic rules, you can set up multiple Do Not Disturb schedules for weeknights, weekends, meetings, and any other scenarios you dream up. For example, I have Do Not Disturb set to turn itself off early (as in 6 a.m.) on weekday mornings, while on weekends, Do Not Disturb keeps things quiet until about 8.

Multiple Do Not Disturb schedules

 

Next Flagship Smartphone: The 11 Won’t Quite Take HTC To Heaven

At first there was supposed to be a high-end smartphone called the HTC 11. Then rumors piled up saying the 11, an obvious successor to the HTC 10 of 2016, wasn’t happening. Now we’re getting reports that the sagging Taiwanese brand will release its 11 as early as today. HTC declined comment last week on what a publicist calls its “roadmap,” but the company normally rolls out its landmark phones in the first half of each year. Taiwan’s Liberty Times online says HTC has announced to its fan club a “surprise” that’s due today.

The question consumers will ask is why care. Android phones all look and perform about the same and HTC is a fading brand.

A HTC logo hangs from a beam during the Mobile World Congress on the third day of the MWC in Barcelona, on March 1, 2017. (JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

The 11 or the same idea under a another name would probably expand on the 10, which has a camera made for selfies and a battery designed to last two days.

Reviews of the HTC 10 were passable. But the smartphone developer that has fallen from a 2011 world market share peak of 10.7% to around 1% now got tougher reviews earlier this year for its high-end HTC U Ultra. The device also known as Ocean Note began selling in January but was described as too similar to Android peers to help HTC make a market share comeback. It looks like phones by the big Korean brands and uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor that much of the market will soon replace with something faster, per this Forbes reviewer. Some commentators also found the battery too small for the amount of power required.

The HTC 11, or whatever they call the next model, could easily face the same rack of competitive setbacks. The Android smartphone market is saturated with little game-changing technology no matter who you are, market analysts warn. HTC will compete not only with Samsung but also Chinese developers such as Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi. “We expect to see another rectangle with Android and various minor software upgrades, whether HTC calls it the 11 model or something different,” says Neil Mawston, global wireless practice executive director with Strategy Analytics in the United Kingdom.

Specifically, the 5.5-inch HTC 11 would use a Snapdragon 835 processor, run on Android 7.1 and come with two cameras: 8 megapixels on the front and 12 in the back, says Aaron Lin, analyst with the Taipei market research firm Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute.

But against the cynicism of consumers and reviewers, HTC could turn around and surprise us with something else altogether. “To me, the bigger question is whether there is a new flagship coming from HTC this year, especially given how the U Ultra took a bit of a beating by reviewers for its price, battery life, and design,” says Bryan Ma, devices research vice president tech market research firm IDC in Singapore. “In that sense, HTC needs a strong trophy product to help cement a perception that it can still play on the leading edge of the industry.”

 

HTC 11 what we want to see

HTC 11: what we want to see

The HTC 10 is something of a reinvention for the brand, sporting a new design, new features and upgraded specs. But in some ways it’s still not enough of a change and still lacking.

That’s not to say it isn’t a great phone, but it’s not quite the knockout hit it could have been and there are a number of areas where there’s room for improvement.

So we’ve created a list of the things we most want to see from the HTC 11- a phone which will hopefully dial up the innovation and not just the number.

  • Read our in-depth HTC 10 review

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? HTC’s next flagship, successor to the HTC 10
  • When’s it out? Probably early 2017
  • What will it cost? It will have a high-end price

HTC 11 release date

The HTC 10 has only just hit the ground so it’s a bit too early for news of the HTC 11’s release date, but we can take a guess. HTC normally launches its flagships early in the year and 2016 was no exception, though it skipped MWC.

For the HTC 11 we imagine we’ll either see it at MWC 2017, which takes place from February 27 to March 2, or a little later in the year, but probably no later than April, as that will be one year after the launch of the HTC 10.

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What we want to see

1. An iconic design

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The HTC One was a truly beautiful phone and with the One (M8) and One M9 HTC continued to improve on the design. But eventually it was left with nowhere to go, which is why the HTC 10 is something different.

It’s just as premium, with a full metal body and chamfered edges, but it’s a bit more divisive. It’s pretty but it’s chunky and arguably lacks the iconic appeal of its predecessors. So whether through polish or going back to the drawing board we really hope the HTC 11 is a thing of undisputed beauty.

2. A great point-and-shoot camera

The HTC 10 has a powerful camera with a lot of features, but when it comes to just snapping away the results just aren’t as consistently strong as on rival phones like the Samsung Galaxy S7 .

We’d wager that most people don’t want to mess around with RAW format and pro mode, so it would be good if the HTC 11 doesn’t just have a powerful camera, but one that’s simple to use as well.

Where you can point, shoot and be confident that more often than not what you’ve captured will be in focus and look good.

3. Better low light performance

Speaking of the camera, while you can get good shots in some modes, the low light capabilities aren’t special, particularly when dealing with movement.

That’s both a shame and surprising, given that HTC handsets typically do a decent job of low light scenes. So for the HTC 11 we want to see a camera that’s good in low light and bright light and every other realistic situation.

4. Front-facing speakers

Audio has long been one of HTC’s strong points and for the most part the HTC 10 is no exception. It supports Hi-Res audio and still has BoomSound speakers.

But this time rather than being on the front of the phone they’re on the top and bottom edge and HTC has also split the high and low frequencies between the two speakers, leading audio to sound more separated. We want the unity that comes with dual front-facing speakers please.

5. More innovation

The biggest complaint we have about the HTC 10 is just that there’s not much to shout about. It’s a good phone, a great one even, but despite supposedly being a reinvention it feels too safe and too plain. However HTC isn’t the only manufacturer guilty of this in 2016.

So we want to see HTC take risks with the 11 and give us something new. The HTC 10 brought the company in line with rivals, but it should really be trying to shoot out ahead.

6. A waterproof build

Waterproofing is still far from a standard feature on smartphones, but it’s one we’re starting to see more of and that we’d like to see from HTC.

If Samsung and Sony can do it then HTC can too and it should, because a spilt glass of water or an unexpected rain shower shouldn’t be capable of destroying an object you’ve just spent hundreds on.

7. More consistent battery performance

HTC has improved the battery for the 10, which is much appreciated given the lacklustre life of the HTC One M9. But it’s still far from perfect.

Leave the phone alone and it will last a long time, but once you fire the screen up it starts guzzling down juice at an alarming rate.

As impressive as the standby times are a phone is for using, so we want the HTC 11 to comfortably last a day of heavy use at the absolute minimum.

8. A brighter screen

For the most part the screen on the HTC 10 is impressive. It’s sharp and has good contrast ratios, but it’s not the brightest display we’ve seen.

That’s particularly a problem when the world around you is bright, as it can make it hard to see what you’re doing or watching. It’s a small complaint, but we’d really like it if the HTC 11 could pump up the brightness a bit.

9. Give Boost+ a boost

Boost+ is a major new app for the HTC 10 and it’s pretty good. It can be used to delete clutter, tune the performance to improve battery life and lock apps. But as good as it is version two could be even better.

For one thing the app lock function doesn’t support fingerprints for some reason, so that’s something that could really do with being added in.

It could also do with more game features. It lets you lower the resolution, but we’d like to see an option to lock the home button like you can on the Samsung Galaxy S7, so it doesn’t accidentally get pressed.

The app should also be more proactive- alerting you to when and how you can best optimise your handset. It’s a good start, but we hope the HTC 11 version will be better.

10. Better BlinkFeed

BlinkFeed was once a standout feature of HTC’s handsets but it’s failed to evolve much and the direction it has headed in, with News Republic now handling both headlines and social networking, has made it rather cluttered and messy.

Other than that Sense is a sleek interface, so we’d like to see BlinkFeed fall in line. For now, you can always turn it off, but if HTC is going to offer a feature we want it to feel polished and useful.

[Source:- Techrader]

HTC shows off HTC U 11 Edge Sense feature

 

HTC U flagship smartphone, which has recently been tipped to be branded as HTC U 11, has appeared in a teaser video revealing the touch-sensitive edges it will be featuring.

The HTC U smartphone was earlier referred by codename “Ocean,” but a new leak shared by Evan Blass has confirmed the smartphone will be called HTC 11 and will come in five different colour variants–white, black, blue, red, and silver.

The handset was also speculated to come with a touch-sensitive frame and HTC’s new interface, Sense 9.

The video given below adds credibility to the speculation. In the video, the HTC U 11 features the touch-sensitive edges on either side of the display. As what is revealed in the video, the edges are designed to perform different actions based on the gestures of the user.

In a twitter post, HTC confirmed to unveil the smartphone on May 16.

In January, HTC launched two smartphone, HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play, under its flagship series called “U.” However, the firm hold off the launch of “Ocean” smartphone.  It was speculated that HTC wanted to power the “Ocean” phone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, and since Samsung bid on SD835 production until the Samsung Galaxy S8 is announced, HTC had to delay the device’s launch.

Based on the codename “Ocean,” the new arrival is speculated to feature a 5.5-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) displayThe HTC U 11 is slated to be unveiled on May 16

Like the two previously released models, the HTC U could also come with 4GB RAM, offering 64GB/128GB of internal storage option. The internal memory can further be expanded up to 2TB via a microSD card.  In terms of camera, it may also sport a 12MP rear camera with Sony IMX362 and a 16MP IMX351 front camera. Unfortunately, HTC ditched the headphone jack in the “U”, based on which the upcoming model is unlikely to feature a headphone jack.

Additionally, the phone is also believed to house with artificial intelligence called HTC Sense Companion, which will help enhance smartphones’ performance learning from customers’ usage.

HTC says the Sense Companion will help users save battery life by reminding them to charge the phone during the day when it spots a busy calendar, while also suggesting extra clothing and leaving more time to travel if bad weather is forecast.

 

HTC U 11 Tipped to Ditch 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Bundle USB Type-C Adapter

 

Almost all specification and design details of the HTC U 11 have been leaked, but the inclusion of the 3.5mm audio jack still remains a mystery. While early reports did surface claiming that the upcoming smartphone won’t have the 3.5mm audio jack, recent reports did not lend any weight to the rumour. However, now a fresh leak suggests that the HTC U 11 will also ditch the 3.5mm audio jack, and bundle in a USB Type-C to 3.5mm adapter to help users with the transition.

Noted developer-tipster LlabTooFeR has tweeted claiming that the HTC U 11 will be come with a USB Type-C to 3.5mm adapter inside the box, indirectly hinting the removal of the 3.5mm audio jack. The HTC U 11 will instead bundle USB Type-C based headphones, just like the Bolt and HTC U Ultra. HTC followed Apple’s path by ditching the headphone jack on the HTC Bolt first in November 2016. The company followed the same trend with the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play smartphones launched in January.

All the three smartphones packed USB Type C-enabled headphones inside the box, but did not bundle the USB Type-C to 3.5mm adapter. HTC looks to change that trend with the HTC U 11 launching on May 16 in Taiwan. The big highlight of the device is the Edge Sensor feature that brings sensors underneath the metal edge of the phone. These sensors are expected to perform multiple functions when the user taps or squeezes the metal edges. Based on past leaks, the edge sensors seem to be placed on the bottom half of the handset, right where one would normally grip the smartphone.HTC U 11 Tipped to Ditch 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Bundle USB Type-C Adapter

As for specifications, previous leaks suggest that the phone will be made available with a dual-SIM variant, run Android Nougat with HTC Sense UI & Edge Sense, and sport a 5.5-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels) display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It is expected to pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC, and has been tipped to come with memory/ storage combination of 6GB of RAM/ 128GB built-in storage and 4GB of RAM/ 64GB built-in storage. The smartphone has been tipped to feature storage expandable up to 2TB.
In terms of optics, the HTC U 11 is expected to sport a 12-megapixel UltraPixel (possibly Sony IMX362 sensor) rear camera with f/1.7 aperture, OIS, dual-tone LED flash, and 4K video recording capabilities. At front, the phone has been tipped to come with a 16-megapixel (possibly Sony IMX351 sensor) with f/2.0 aperture, and 1080p video recording capability.

The HTC U 11 is expected to house a 3000mAh non-removable battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. In terms of connectivity, the phone offers options including 4G LTE (dual-SIM in some markets), dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS with GLONASS, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and USB 3.1 Type-C.

The fingerprint scanner embedded into its home button and come with water and dust resistance rating of IP57. In terms of audio features, the HTC U 11 is expected to offer HTC BoomSond, Hi-Res Audio, HTC Usonic (Active Noise Cancellation), and 3D Audio Recording.

 

HTC U 11 Render Leaks, Shows Glossy Red Colour Variant and No 3.5mm Jack

 

HTC U 11 leaks have been in abundance in the past, and we already know that the big highlight is set to be the Edge Sensor feature, which enables users to perform various functions by ‘squeezing’ the metal edges of the device. There’s also no 3.5mm audio jack, something that has been reiterated by the latest leak as well. The HTC U 11 has now appeared in a virtual render, showing the smartphone from all angles for the first time.

The virtual render has been leaked by noted tipster OnLeaks, and the video shows a vibrant glossy red HTC U 11. The render shows us that the left edge of the device is kept clean, while the right edge has the volume rockers and power button. The HTC U 11 is seen sporting the same glossy finish as the other ‘U’ devices launched earlier this year, and it also has no 3.5mm audio jack. The bottom edge of the device sports a USB Type-C port, a speaker grille, and two holes – perhaps for an in-call mic and noise cancellation? On the top edge, there’s also one hole for the mic, and one for ejecting the SIM/ microSD slot tray.

At the front we see the capsule shaped Home Button, underneath which the fingerprint sensor will presumably be placed. The screen seems to be spilling off the edges, but it’s not switched on to ascertain whether the display takes up all the real estate, or it’s just a design tactic of the render.HTC U 11 Render Leaks, Shows Glossy Red Colour Variant and No 3.5mm Jack

The HTC U 11 is set to be unveiled in Taiwan on May 16, and is tipped to bundle USB Type-C based headphones and USB Type-C to 3.5mm adapter inside the box. As for specifications, previous leaks suggest that the phone will be made available with a dual-SIM variant, run Android Nougat with HTC Sense UI & Edge Sense, and sport a 5.5-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels) display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It is expected to pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC, and has been tipped to come with memory/ storage combination of 6GB of RAM/ 128GB built-in storage and 4GB of RAM/ 64GB built-in storage. The smartphone has been tipped to feature storage expandable up to 2TB.
In terms of optics, the HTC U 11 is expected to sport a 12-megapixel UltraPixel (possibly Sony IMX362 sensor) rear camera with f/1.7 aperture, OIS, dual-tone LED flash, and 4K video recording capabilities. At front, the phone has been tipped to come with a 16-megapixel (possibly Sony IMX351 sensor) with f/2.0 aperture, and 1080p video recording capability.

The HTC U 11 is expected to house a 3000mAh non-removable battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. In terms of connectivity, the phone offers options including 4G LTE (dual-SIM in some markets), dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS with GLONASS, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and USB 3.1 Type-C.

The fingerprint scanner embedded into its home button and come with water and dust resistance rating of IP57. In terms of audio features, the HTC U 11 is expected to offer HTC BoomSond, Hi-Res Audio, HTC Usonic (Active Noise Cancellation), and 3D Audio Recording.

 

The HTC U 11 will come with an app to show you how to squeeze it

 

Someone’s got an itchy trigger finger at HTC, because a companion Edge Sense app for the HTC U 11 briefly appeared on the Google Play app store, before getting pulled again. It’s designed to walk users through what could be this phone’s most distinctive feature.

Based on a variety of leaks we’ve seen up until this point, we’re expecting Edge Sense (or maybe Sense Touch) to introduce a new way of interacting with your phone: squeezing and scrolling the sides of your handset to navigate around. It’s even teased on HTC’s official press event invite.

Before the app disappeared from view Android Police managed to grab some screenshots. It looks like it will take you through the process of testing your squeeze strength, then show off some of the ways you can use this new input method: taking photos, sending messages, launching Google Assistant, and so on.Image result for The HTC U 11 will come with an app to show you how to squeeze it

Squeeze frame action

A pressure-sensitive frame would help HTC stand out in what’s already a very competitive market as far as 2017 phone launches go. There’s the added bonus of being able to interact with your phone without obscuring the screen, though we’ll have to wait to test the phone to see exactly how well it works.

What we can’t see in any of these screenshots are the Edge Sense options, so it’s not clear how you’ll be able to configure it or what else it can do – presumably you can slide as well as squeeze to navigate menus, adjust the volume and so on, but that’s to be confirmed.

We’re expecting to see a 5.5-inch, 1440 x 2560 display when the phone is finally unveiled on Tuesday, as well as a Snapdragon 835 chipset and as much as 6GB of RAM powering everything under the hood. We’ve collected all the most recent rumors for you here.

 

HTC U 11 to go on sale on May 19 for $659

We’re still a little bit fuzzy on details when it comes to HTC’s upcoming U 11 device. However, this shouldn’t be the case for much longer, since the official lunch date is already set for May 16. Now, a new report claims HTC won’t keep fans waiting to get their hands on one either, with a potential local release date as early as May 19.

To be fair, this probably marks pre-sales kick off, rather than actual store availability. But even so, HTC seems to be keeping a tight schedule this time around. The source also claims that users outside Taiwan will get the U 11 in June.

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As for the U 11 itself, we already know HTC is grooming it as a new flagship offer. The manufacturer has only gone on record teasing something rather cryptic, it calls “360 real-live recording” and not much beyond that. Thankfully, AnTuTu, Geekbench and GFXBench listings for the U 111 have already surfaced. As far as we can gather, the phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest, 10nm Snapdragon 835 chipset, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage. It will likely use a 5.5-inch, QHD panel with a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio.

Other alleged specs include a 12MP main camera and a 16MP selfie one. HTC Sense will likely run on top of Android 7.1.1 on the device. Also, IP57 waterproofing, HTC BoomSound, a fingerprint reader, QuickCharge 3.0 on the 3,000 mAh battery and no 3.5mm audio jack. But, despite all the specs leaks, the U 11 still holds a lot of mystery. There is the “360 real-live recording” thing we mentioned earlier, butt also what is described as a gesture-recognizing frame. Apparently the phone will be able to sense squeeze and trigger actions based on that gesture.

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At $659, we doubt the HTC U 11 will really explode in sales on the current smarthpone scene. Still, if HTC continues to grow its list of intriguing extra features, the U 11 might just leave a dent or two in competitor sales numbers once it comes out.

 

HTC U 11 With ‘Edge Sensor’ Expected to Launch Today

 

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The launch event will begin at 11:30am IST
It will be live streamed on the HTC site
The HTC U 11 expected to sport Edge Sensor
HTC U 11 is expected to be launched by the Taiwanese company at its Tuesday launch event, scheduled to begin at 11:30am IST. The event will be live streamed on the company site.

The HTC U 11 has been leaked several times ahead of its launch on Tuesday, and the company itself has teased the Edge Sensor feature, what appears to be an interface powered by pressure-sensitive sensors alongside the smartphone’s metal edge. These sensors will respond to squeezing, and perform multiple functions.

The latest leak HTC was an accidental listing of the HTC Edge Sense app on Google Play, revealing what functions the Edge Sense feature will be able to perform. Another report also tipped pricing and a release date as soon as May 19.

As for the HTC Edge Sense app listing, a screenshot accompanying it asked you to test it by pressing the edges to ‘fill up a balloon’ and release it to launch the balloon. This is essentially to test the feature on the upcoming HTC U 11, and get a sense of how it works. The other screenshots suggest that Edge Sense could work for taking photos, videos, firing up Google Assistant and much more.
Another leak tips the HTC U 11 will go on sale soon after its big reveal. The report claims that the smartphone will go on sale in Taiwan from May 19 for TWD 19,900 (roughly Rs. 42,400). This is really close to the reveal date, and it could also be when HTC kicks-off pre-orders, and not the actual sale.HTC U 11 With 'Edge Sensor' Expected to Launch Today

The smartphone has been tipped to run Android 7.1.1 Nougat, sport a 5.5-inch QHD display, and to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. In terms of optics, the HTC U 11 is expected to sport a 12-megapixel rear sensor, and a 16-megapixel front camera. It has been tipped to offer 64GB of internal storage as well. There is also a 6GB of RAM/ 128GB built-in storage variant expected to be launched by the company.

The HTC U 11 is also expected to house a 3000mAh non-removable battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. In terms of connectivity, the phone offers options including 4G LTE (dual-SIM in some markets), dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS with GLONASS, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and USB 3.1 Type-C.

The fingerprint scanner on the HTC U 11 is embedded into the home button and the phone is expected to come with water and dust resistance rating of IP57. In terms of audio features, the HTC U 11 is expected to offer HTC BoomSound, Hi-Res Audio, HTC Usonic (Active Noise Cancellation), and 3D Audio Recording.

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iPhone 8 Running on iOS 11 Leaked in Renders for the First Time

 

iPhone 8 renders have been leaked aplenty, but today’s leak brings reimagined renders of the smartphone running on the newly announced iOS 11 for the first time. The latest renders shows how the new Control Center, Lock Screen, Apple Music, and even the Messages apps will look on the iPhone 8’s rumoured bezel-less display. It also shows the iPhone 8 from varied angles giving us a glimpse at what possibly is incoming in the future.iPhone 8 Running on iOS 11 Leaked in Renders for the First Time

iDropNews has leaked these fresh renders, and talking about the design first, it sports the bezel-less design with no Home Button in the front, and a small lip at the top edge to place the earpiece, and front camera sensor. The report states that the iPhone 8 will also have a front laser and infrared sensor to bring facial recognition capabilities. As for Touch ID, the report reiterates that it will be embedded underneath the display.

The iPhone 8 is also expected to embed a large pad on the inside for introducing wireless charging capabilities. At the back, we see the vertical dual camera setup that is going to be essential for AR features to work. Apple has almost confirmed that the iPhone 8 will sport AR features, thanks to the ARKit released with iOS 11.
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The launch date of the iPhone 8 is another mystery with some reports claiming a delay due to production issues, and some claiming that it will be on schedule and launch in September. Apple is expected to integrate an OLED display, an Apple A11 chip, and a 3D front camera as well.