New renders show the iPhone X running iOS 11

Claudine Rigal
Juin 10, 2017

Most of the iPhone 8 renders we saw before Apple's WWDC 2017 had the device running on the now available version of iOS 10.

Though it's the now the latest and greatest version of the operating system, it will stop receiving important security and performance updates from Apple when iOS 11 launches, leaving users potentially vulnerable to bugs and glitches.

Reports suggest that Apple will incorporate a feature in iOS 11 which will allow iPhone users to exchange password simply by approving a nearby phone and sending them the password. Certainly, the images are not official and thus need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Another way the apps could work on iOS 11 could be with the status bar being blackened out. Furthermore, the report adds a few additional detail about the iPhone 8...

In addition to this, iDropNews is also reporting that the iPhone 8 will sport a almost bezel-less front design which is similar to what we've heard before. Various leaks indicate the latest flagship device, which might be named something other than iPhone 8, and two other new iPhones could be delayed due to OLED screen supply constraints and other issues. On the top of the frame is seen an earpiece, a secondary camera along with other sensors, fitted in a compact space to make for the bezel-less display. It might sport a vertical dual camera setup on its rear surface, repositioned to enhance its usability and effectiveness when the device is placed in landscape mode for AR activities. The Apple logo is there on the back as well.

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