Image credit – Max Rudberg

According to the iPhone 8 leaked images and renders, one consistent thing we’ve been hearing about is that Apple could be going for a full screen bezel-less display, and that Apple could also be ditching the home button and embed Touch ID into the display of the phone itself. So the question is, how would iOS 11 run on such a device?

At the moment it is really anyone’s guess, but designer Max Rudberg has decided to throw together a handful of concepts which shows off what the iPhone 8 could look like with iOS 11 running on it. Of course there’s no guarantee that it will end up looking like this, but we have to say that Rudberg’s designs look pretty amazing and that we wouldn’t mind if it did look like that.

For starters in the image above to the left is the current iPhone’s design with the larger bezels and physical home button. The image next to it is based on the leaked images which has a “notch” at the top portion of the screen, and also imagines a virtual home button and what seems like a “back” button of sorts.

The other two images shows off the iPhone 8 without the notch on the top part of the display, but for the most part remains the same. Admittedly the notch does feel a little weird and distracting, especially for an app with a white background that contrasts against the black color of the phone, but since these are just concepts, it is possible that the actual iPhone could look completely different, but what do you guys think so far?

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  • 326 PPI
12 MP
  • f/1.8 Aperture
  • OIS
1821 mAh
  • Non-Removable
  • No Wireless Charg.
  • A11 Bionic
  • None
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