After Apple released firmware for the upcoming HomePod speaker, a Brazilian developer named Guilherme Rambo saw an opportunity to dig into the code, and he discovered something he didn’t expect: Apple’s new iPhone.
Publications like CNBC, MacRumors, BGR, and The Verge have all suggested a new iPhone announcement for September. But Rambo’s recent discovery has revealed the most information we have on the new product, straight from Apple itself no less!
What have we to expect from the new iPhone 8?
Well, it seems that there is no longer a home button. Does this mean the death of fingerprint unlocking?
And Rambo’s digging into the code unearthed some script that suggests facial-recognition software. Perhaps we’re moving from fingerprints to faces?
Also, it seems the phone will be bezel-less, like a Samsung phone. It also seems that the new iPhone will use a new battery icon. Does this suggest a new charging mechanism?
In the coworking world, new tech is always exciting! Most members at Workville have followed along with the evolution of the iPhone since its premiere 10 years ago. It’s safe to say that most members at coworking spaces in new york city use iPhones. You’d be hard pressed to visit and office space in midtown Manhattan and see anyone using landlines these days. In fact, it feels outdated even calling these devices “phones,” doesn’t it? Ha!