What we didn’t know, however, was exactly how the new iPhone’s software would handle the missing home button, which is obviously a key component in navigating the phone’s interface.
In a new report on Wednesday morning, Bloomberg claims to have seen images of the next-generation flagship iPhone and to have spoken with people who know all about the phone.
The iPhone will be made of glass and stainless steel, the front will be almost all screen, the antennas have been redesigned, and so on.
We also already knew about the new multitasking gesture thanks to Apple’s leaked HomePod firmware, but the Bloomberg Report does offer some new details that hadn’t been previously explained.
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