Leaked renders show the iPhone X running iOS 11

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For those who are unaware, the drag-and-drop feature in iOS 11 allows users to drag items such as pictures and links from one app to the other, just like PC users have been able to do since ages. The TouchID on the iPhone X also seems to be merged in the OLED display itself and the report claims that it, "will feature Touch ID technology built into the front-facing glass" However, the sources on the Reddit thread did say that Apple tested a design with the TouchID built right into the glass but was abandoned after the success ratio was found to be quite low. A new set of renders gives us exactly that.

Apple this week also launched an updated App Store that adds original editorial features, a "Today" tab for daily announcements about new features, and other new tabs for Games, Apps and Updates.

The guys from iFixit score devices on a scale of 1 to 10 10 is very easy to fix and 1 is very hard, Apple devices usually have a low score which means they are hard to fix. Blacking out these portions will create a uniform look, making the cut-out less unsightly.

Nonetheless, the renders are simply an idea of what iOS 11 could look like on Apple's first bezel-less device and are not a conclusive evidence. Till then we can build our excitement with these leaked renders. What fans can be sure of though, is the design.

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This is double the 2GB of RAM that was in the 9.7 inch iPad Pro that this model replaces, the previous 12.9 inch model came with 4GB of RAM, as yet there are no details on whether the new 12.9 inch model gets more RAM than the 10.5 inch tablet.

On the back, of the iPhone 8 is seen carrying a vertically aligned dual-camera setup that would apparently house AR capabilities. On the other side, the screen should take up most of the space up front, leaving no room for a physical home button and bezels. While manufacturing has been said to be delayed because of supply issues, mass production of the new iPhones has now started, Latvian designer Benjamin Geskin noted in a tweet yesterday. We will only have to wait a few months before we see the Cupertino company's concept of its 10 anniversary iPhone.

What do you think of these renders?

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