Apple just wrapped its 2017 iPhone press conference, and the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are finally official. The iPhone maker practically confirmed everything we learned about these two devices this year, including all the details that came over the weekend from that unexpected iOS 11 leak. The iPhone 8 is the obvious successor to the iPhone 7, while the iPhone X is the iPhone of the future, sporting a buttonless all-screen design.
But now that the home button is gone, iPhone veterans will have to get used to new gestures and actions that replace the iconic home button. That’s because all the features associated with the home button are still there, except for the fingerprint reader, which had to be sacrificed.
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