Instead, there'll be two key restrictions that should reduce headaches for everyone: First, apps will be required to use a new Apple-made review prompt, which allows users to leave a rating without exiting an app.
If Apple includes a cutout for the front camera and other sensors, there would be the screen on both sides of the cutout. It looks like iPhone 8 will also feature a front laser and infrared sensor that will deliver facial recognition capabilities.
With iOS 11, users simply go to the Privacy tab in the Settings app and click on "Location Services" to manage how often location access will be allowed for location centric apps like Uber. This kind of a setup is supposed to help with 3D as well as Augmented Reality (AR) features.
As per the publication, the iPhone 8 or iPhone X is going to ship with support for wireless charging courtesy a large "pad" inside and a glass back outside. While nothing can be directly confirmed until Apple debuts the phone, it seems like the phone is created to complement iOS 11.
There are also other features which are coming with this new update such as Today tabs, App Product Pages, and In-App purchases. While the in-display solution suffered from yield and manufacturing issues, Apple would not opt for the rear Touch ID.
Apple junkies now have the option to activate the location tracking only while using the app. That's good news and a step in the right direction for the identity and security industry, but unfortunately it doesn't appear to deliver on the ultimate goal - the use of Apple's handset as a security credential. The iPhone 8 is said to feature 3GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage.