The unveiling of Apple’s anticipated iPhone 8 is less than two weeks away.
Apple sent out invites to media on Thursday afternoon (Aug. 31), as reported by Mashable, and the event is set up for September 12 at 10 a.m. PT.
Additionally, details that have been leaked over the past few months, including news of a bezel-less display, upgraded front and back cameras, and a virtual home button.
“Across the bottom of the screen there’s a thin, software bar in lieu of the home button. A user can drag it up to the middle of the screen to open the phone. When inside an app, a similar gesture starts multitasking. From here, users can continue to flick upwards to close the app and go back to the home screen. An animation in testing sucks the app back into its icon,” Bloomberg writes about the new home button.
Take a look at the upgrades in the diagram below. Stay tuned for official details.