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  1. Version 1.1.0


    This plugin removes the “Contact Us” text link in the footer and places a much more prominent sticky button in the bottom right corner. When clicked, it loads the regular contact form as a pop-up window. With this change visitors are more likely to reach out to you, e.g. with pre-sale questions. The plugin comes with lots of settings to make it fit your needs. The output is limited to one language though. No multi-language support. Live Demo What’s needed: IPS 4.2/4.3/4.4 Features/Settings: Button Change text Change background color Change text color Use user avatar or comment icon next to text Added a new option to pick a staff member and show their profile image in the button Contact Form Contact form title Add additional description text above form fields, e.g. to tell users in which cases they should use the form. Success message after submit Visibility Choose groups which will see the button Choose if the regular Contact Us text link in the footer will be hidden or not Hide on phones yes/no Hide on tablets yes/no Hide on desktop yes/no Note: The text fields are not translatable. Only one language is supported at this time.
  2. With the iPhone X, Apple completely ditched the home button in favour of gestures. The gesture navigation system was soon rolled out by multiple Android OEMs, even though Android doesn't natively support it. Currently, Android OS relies on three core navigation buttons: back button, home button and a recents tab. Google combined the home and recents buttons in Android 9 but kept the back button untouched. Though, this could change in the upcoming Android Q update. © YouTube According to a report by XDA Developers, Google is now planning to completely ditch the conventional Back button to opt for a gesture-based navigation system. And this is a good thing for all of us. Gestures are for sure the future of smartphone navigation, and with core support, the user experience will be drastically better. Google last year launched Android Pie with a new one-touch button and lots of gesture features. Though, the update let users switch back to the older method of navigation. © YouTube Even though a lot of Android phones have gesture navigation available as an option, it works due to the external skin or UI that the OEM has made. This isn't always as smooth and intuitive as native support. In comparison, Apple's navigation is extremely fluid due to deeper software integration. Swiping left on the screen will enable users to go back and swiping right will take users from their current app to the previous app in a card-like transition. Swifter animations are another major revamp that Google could bring with the update. © Google Google shall be announcing the next major update to Android at Google I/O developer conference, that is scheduled for 7 May. Google is also expected to launch a redesigned app info screen with “Material Theme”. There are also rumours that Google could finally bring a system-wide dark mode and even more detailed privacy controls. Google intends to make it easier for users to understand and determine the permissions they are giving to an app. Please keep in mind, these reports are based on early builds of Android Q, an official feature announcements is pending.
  3. If we ever decide to write a horror story series named 'Salon', we know what to put on Chapter 1. What you're about to read is a story that will make you laugh (probably), but would have definitely given you a mini heart attack if that happened to you. A man went to a salon, and showed the barber a reference video about what hairstyle he would like. Now, what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, a lot. © 9GAG The barber thought that the 'play' button in the middle of the screen is a part of the hairstyle, and shaved - wait for it - two huge triangles on both sides of his head. © 9GAG Apparently, the barber even asked him whether he was sure about the triangle, but he said 'Go ahead' because he was unsure about the question. The result? An MP3 player on the head. © 9GAG But well, turns out he wasn't all heartbroken, and even seemed to enjoy the result. Moral of the story: Do not trust your barber, and definitely DO NOT ever show a paused video as reference for a hairstyle. Phew!
  4. Just like the rest of the world, Apple donated Rs 7 crore towards the relief work in Kerala. Apple fulfilled its duty of humanitarian efforts by adding support banners to its homepage and by adding a donation button on the iTunes Store and App Store. The new donation button enabled Apple and its users to donate a total sum of Rs 7 crore to the Mercy Corps. © Twitter "We're heartbroken by the catastrophic flooding in Kerala. Apple is donating Rs 7 crore to support the life-saving work Mercy Corps India and the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund are undertaking to support survivors, help those who have been displaced and rebuild homes and schools," the Cupertino-based iPhone maker said in a statement. © BCCL "We have also activated a donation button on iTunes and the App Store so customers who wish to donate to Mercy Corps' efforts can do so easily," Apple said. The donation button lets Apple users donate different amounts of money. Customers are able to donate $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, or $200 to the Mercy Corps using credit and debit cards. Indian tech companies such as Zomato, Paytm and many others followed a similar method to enable people to help with the relief efforts. The Kerala floods resulted in costing 417 lives and the floods have left at least 8.7 lakh people homeless. This is not the first time Apple has made a donation towards natural disaster relief efforts and we can expect more to pour in with further contributions. © Reuters If you would like to donate to the Mercy Corps easily via Apple, you can do so by clicking here
  5. Facebook has been trying to clean up its platform for years now thanks to troll accounts and semi-censored content being posted by users. The downvote button is being used to flag 'bad comments' which might come out as having “bad intentions or is disrespectful.” As per the report, in a way, Facebook is trying very hard to not make this new button come out as a dislike button. For now, Facebook seems to have rolled out the Downvote feature only for public pages created in Australia and New Zealand. Facebook's 'Downvote' button is restricted to comments on public posts and doesn't apply to the posts themselves. There are no additions to the list of reactions under each post. © Ben Slater / Twitter This feature is very similar to what's found on Reddit, where users react or engage with comments via an upvote/downvote button. The company is said to be putting its trust in the user base to help Facebook flag offensive public posts and comments. This new addition is being seen as Facebook's attempt to fight fake news. In addition to introducing features such as this one, Facebook is turning to machine learning to also scan articles for falsehood. The feature hasn't be rolled out in India yet but we are expecting Facebook to have a global roll out in the coming few months. © Ashslay / Twitter Facebook already ranks comments by relevancy based on likes and replies. But the Downvote button could ensure that if objectionable comments rise up and stall discussion, Facebook will know. Back in 2015, CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to a Q&A about a dislike button, saying: “We didn't want to just build a Dislike button because we don't want to turn Facebook into a forum where people are voting up or down on people's posts. That doesn't seem like the kind of community we want to create.” Source: IANS
  6. Bobby Deol's career graph is perhaps the perfect example of the 'crests and troughs' graph. Actually more of troughs, but that's not what we are interested in. He did start off with a bang, and then things kind of went downhill over time. However, he clearly has huge plans of turning the game around. Why, you ask? His latest pictures speak for themselves. We have seen a lot of transformations, but this one takes the cake. We think he is actually ageing in reverse. Take a look at his transformation below and you'd agree. To be fair, he is 51 now. So it's only natural for him to look his age. This picture was taken four years ago. © Twitter This one was taken last year. © Twitter But what you're about to see next will knock your socks off. Here, take a look. © Viral Bhayani Does he look a day over 25? We are amazed as well. What sorcery is this? © Viral Bhayani Bobby is rocking the black Polo t-shirt and the fitted white chinos. Courtesy his grueling workout regime, the standard polo is also fitting him like a dream. Those white sneakers are complementing the outfit perfectly. We like how he has kept it minimal by accessorising his look with only one, hard-earned piece - those bicep veins. © Viral Bhayani Bobby's transformation happened because of 'Race 3', where he clearly will relive his action hero days. Remember 'Soldier'? Whatever the reason might be, we are just happy that he decided to don this new, fit AF, badass avatar. © Viral Bhayani Along with his physique, Bobby clearly has given his wardrobe a new lease of life as well. He is sporting outfits that are making him look younger, while successfully doing justice to all that hard work in the gym. Exhibit A. Moral of the story: Bobby Deol is back, folks. Well done! We are rooting for you.
  7. US President Donald Trump. Photo: AFP file WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump?s tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un?s has kept Kim ?on his toes? and makes clear the risks of a nuclear standoff, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday. After Kim asserted that he had a nuclear button at the ready, Trump last week dismissed the taunt by saying in a tweet that the US button at his disposal was bigger and more powerful. The comment drew criticism, including from former Vice President Joe Biden, who said it caused allies to lose confidence in Washington. Asked on the ABC program ?This Week? whether the president?s tweet was a good idea, Haley said: ?I think that (Trump) always has to keep Kim on his toes. It?s very important that we don?t ever let him get so arrogant that he doesn?t realize the reality of what would happen if he started a nuclear war.? Haley said North Korea should be clear that the United States will not reduce pressure on Kim. ?We?re not going to let them go and dramatize the fact that they have a button right on their desk and they can destroy America,? she said. ?We want to always remind them we can destroy you too, so be very cautious and careful with your words and what you do.?
  8. If you thought the latest season of 'Bigg Boss' wasn't enough fodder to satiate your hunger for entertainment and humour, don't worry as President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have volunteered to fill up the remaining entertainment quotient for you. Just like Shashi Tharoor has taken the responsibility of improving Tweeple's vocabulary with his amazing *cough* hard to decipher *cough* English. © Flickr/ Gage Skidmore While other countries try to resolve their difference by sending their delegates or external affairs ministry to come to a settlement, Trump and Kim Jong Un prefer to take it in their own hands, giving some of the most controversial and unforgettable moments to the internet in the process. © Wikimedia This time around too, they did not hold themselves back in adding to their already obvious rivalry. So it all started when Kim Jong Un tried to threaten America and Donald Trump by saying that his nuclear launch button is “always on my table”. Reportedly, during his New Year speech, Kim said “The entire mainland of the US is within the range of our nuclear weapons and the nuclear button is always on the desk of my office. They should accurately be aware that this is not a threat but a reality.” But, people of America need not worry because President Trump seems to be prepared for it, although his preparation does not sound like much of an assurance. Trump boasted in a tweet that his nuclear button is “much bigger” and “more powerful” than the one kept on Kim Jong Un's desk. In fact, Trump further added that his button works! North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the “Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.” Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3 January 2018 Soon after, things escalated quickly and Twitter completely forgot that the conversation was originally supposed to be about nuclear weapons and buttons. In fact, Jimmy Kimmel also took a dig at the two on his show and said “Happy New Year, everybody! We have two maniacs with nuclear warheads bragging about who has the bigger button.” I saw this meme in 2016 but I understood it in 2018. pic.twitter.com/KF2BGgLiwJ — SAGAR (@sagarcasm) 3 January 2018 In reality....nuclear buttons are actually quite small in size. Much like the brains of people who brag about them. — Vir Das (@thevirdas) 3 January 2018 Yaar yeh toh mazaak mazaak mein world war kara dega https://t.co/l2kykKpWJE — Azeem Banatwalla (@TheBanat) 3 January 2018 Harambe didn't die for this https://t.co/MXo3W5RAgo — Rick (@DvorachekEric) 3 January 2018 Tu janta hai mera button kaun hai? https://t.co/3wegOsrj1w — Bakwas Rider ðï¸ (@BakwasRadio) 3 January 2018 I cannot understate how small @realDonaldTrump's ***** is. — God (@TheTweetOfGod) 3 January 2018 "My button is bigger than yours" - a thing someone with a tiny "button" would say. https://t.co/qOGTauRSN7 — Rogue WH Snr Advisor (@RogueSNRadvisor) 3 January 2018 Small hands. Big button. Fragile ego. Big danger. https://t.co/G09PKIJHN5 — Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) 3 January 2018 So this is how the world ends, guys. Two insecure man children trolling each other. https://t.co/qn0S3sAWx6 — Wajahat Ali (@WajahatAli) 3 January 2018 What if Donald Trump gets confused with the nuclear war button on his desk with the someone get me a Diet Coke button on his desk? — Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) 3 January 2018 you realise that between you and KimJL, HE looks like the sane one? — jaredotto (@DeRodeLantaarn) 3 January 2018 Twitter would have truly been a boring platform had Trump and Kim Jong Un not fought like kindergarten kids, fighting over who has more toys.
  9. WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Kim Jong-Un that he possessed a nuclear button that is "much bigger & more powerful" than that of the North Korean leader. He tweeted: "North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the ´Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.´ Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!" Trump´s message came after Kim used his annual New Year address to warn he has a "nuclear button" on his table, but sweetened his remarks by expressing an interest in dialogue and taking part in the Pyeongchang Games next month. South Korea responded positively Tuesday, proposing high-level talks with Pyongyang on January 9. But US envoy to the United Nations Nikki Haley dismissed the proposed dialogue between the Koreas as a "band-aid," warning that Washington would never accept a nuclear-armed Pyongyang.
  10. Now that the iPhone X is finally here and you are probably reading this because you are one of the lucky few who got their hands on one. The first thing you will notice that the home button is gone and that unequivocally changes everything about the iPhone workflow. Every iPhone, since its inception, has had a home button that is used for basic navigation, multi-tasking and one of our favourite features: taking screenshots. With the removal of the home button, tasks such as app-switching and closing apps are now done with gestures. However, taking a screenshot still required you to interact with pressing buttons, only this time it's not the home button. © BCCL If you are an Android user, you may already be well versed with how screenshots are taken and now Apple has adopted the same method. To take a screenshot with the iPhone X, you need to hold the Power/Siri button and the volume up key. You will hear the familiar “click” sound once the two buttons are pressed together and you can then either re-size the image, mark it up or save it as it is to your album. We hosted an exclusive live session with the iPhone X and you can watch the two videos below to know exactly how other features and gestures work on the iPhone X. © Apple The iPhone X will be available to purchase starting this Friday (November 3rd) at select official Apple retailers and e-commerce websites. The iPhone X is available in two colours i.e. Space Grey and Silver and comes in 64GB/256GB variants. The 64GB model retails for INR 89,000 whereas the 256GB variant retails for INR 1,02,000.
  11. Bloomberg got their hands on some pictures of the next iPhone and derived some information about how it would function. We are already familiar with the new model and some of its features however, some new details have recently come to the surface. The iPhone 8 is set to function without the home button and here's what Bloomberg has to say about it. © Twitter The images revealed that the iPhone 8 will have very thin bezels and will sport a screen that will be larger in size as compared to the iPhone 7. The device is said to have facial recognition technology which will work using the front-facing camera that will be contained at the top of the screen. The iPhone 8 is also rumoured to have a glass bar and a larger power button. According to Bloomberg, the iPhone 8 will also have a redesigned app dock which will work similar to the iPad iOS 11 dock. © iDrop News Having said that, the biggest change the iPhone will face is the removal of the home button. The home button is now going to be ditched and will instead work with gestures. The bottom of the screen will have a thin bar that can swipe up to open the phone and also to fire the multitasking interface when unlocked. And without a home button, how do we access Siri? ‘Hey Siri' isn't always reliable. Perhaps Apple will simply include a new button for Siri on the dock? Source: Bloomberg
  12. Version 1.0.0


    This plugin will hide the Dismiss button in the profile completition message.
  13. There was a patent filed by Apple recently which showed a “Function Bar” that is allegedly going to replace the iconic home button on the upcoming iPhone this year. We all assume it is the iPhone 8, and a concept design, AlHasan Husni has created renditions of how the iPhone 8’s Function bar will work. © AlHasan Husni According to the renditions, the iPhone 8 will unlock the phone faster than before and it will also add swipe functions at the bottom of the screen to use certain features. © AlHasan Husni A user will be able to swipe right on the Function bar to utilise multi-tasking features and swipe up could bring up the control center like we do today. To unlock the phone, the user can tap anywhere on the function area as there will be a fingerprint sensor/Touch ID behind the display. This would also remove the need for the home button and make the iPhone 8 the first Apple smartphone to have slimmer bezels. © AlHasan Husni The other feature the concept includes is a possibility of a new Dark Mode that might be coming in an iOS 11 update. This new Dark Mode will help users read text on the phone better in low-light environments and also help conserve battery life.
  14. After introducing a huge array of reactions for expressing amazement, love and anger; Facebook is all set to introduce the much-awaited and anticipated feature – the ‘Dislike’ button and our excitement knows no boundaries. But, here’s the twist, the feature of ‘Reactions’ and the Dislike button are being tested for chats and not for the news feed. When it comes to chatting on Messenger, things often get rigid where you are forced to use the same set of emojis again and again, but with the introduction of reactions, we are sure things will spice up. © Flickr According to a report in Tech Crunch, one of its readers had told them about the Reactions option popping on some users’ Facebook Messenger app. So, when you check the messages that your friends have sent you in a chat, you can tap the emoji button and choose the one you want to share with them such as thumbs-up Like, thumbs-down Dislike, or heart-eyes, lol, wow, and the angry face. In fact, everyone in the thread can see that reaction and you can also tap and see the list of people who shared similar or different reactions. © Pexels However, it isn’t going to be same as that on the News Feed, the reaction list will be different, primarily because of the Dislike button that will be rolled out on it. So while it seems that the News Feed will still have to wait for ‘disliking’ any post, people on Messenger can go ahead and use it to their heart’s content. Further, it is being said that the Messenger Reactions are similar to Tapback, iMessage’s recently included emoji and a format that Slack has already shown prowess in. © Facebook The ‘Reactions’ feature was introduced by Facebook nearly a year ago and it is needless to say that it has captured the hearts of people like no one else could ever do with ‘Love’ being the most used emoji. While Facebook’s experiments and tests seem to be their bid to compete with Snapchat, Line and other leading apps, it’s the users who are getting benefitted at the end of the day and we don’t find any reasons to not love it. Source: Tech Crunch
  15. According to an investor report, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, claims that the new iPhone 8 will ditch the home button altogether and adopt a new “function area” at the bottom of the phone. In tandem with the rumour of having a bezeless body, this feature may be possible and result in increasing the screen size to 5.8-inches. This “function area” is believed to be in the same space where the current Touch ID home button is placed and in turn, Apple wants to make use of the Touch ID by embedding it under the screen and implement similar functionalities as you would expect from biometric fingerprint scanners. It is unclear whether this “function area” will have similar features like the Touch Bar on the new Macbook Pro, but it seems likely that it will have some sort of quick action and virtual buttons. © YouTube The iPhone 8 is said to have a 5.8-inch OLED screen but with only a usable surface area of 5.15-inches since the rest of the screen will be used for the “function area”. Kuo believes that the phone “will come with other biometric technologies that replace the current fingerprint recognition technology”. © KGI Research Kuo adds that the 5.8-inch OLED version of the iPhone will probably have similar characteristics as the current 4.7-inch iPhone 7, however, it will sport a larger screen and have similar battery life to the iPhone 7 Plus. Previous rumours suggested that Apple has been exploring the idea of including curved OLED screens for the 2017 iteration of the iPhone. It is said that there is a high chance that Apple might launch three different phones, two with LED screens and one with an OLED display. Source: Macrumours
  16. How to add an Imgur upload button in the editor *This is my original tutorial. You may share it freely, but(!) consider mentioning who wrote it. 1. Create an Imgur account, and then register an application here: https://api.imgur.com/oauth2/addclient Now you have a client ID, which is to be used in the Imgur plugin we add to the editor. 2. Download the Imgur plugin from http://ckeditor.com/addon/imgur Go to your ACP-> Customization-> Editor--> Toolbars-> "Add Button". Upload the plugin file(zip) for installation. By now you can drag the button to the toolbar for it to show, but it won't function just yet. 3. Connect to your FTP-> Edit file: applications/core/interface/ckeditor/ckeditor/config.js Add the settings in the end of the file (remember to use your Client ID number): CKEDITOR.editorConfig = function( config ) { config.extraPlugins = 'imgur'; config.imgurClientId = '123535ae12372d4'; }; Save & upload, done. I hope this tutorial helped you! Result:
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    Create an HTML button that acts like a link
  18. The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been a hot topic of discussion since rumours about the phone have been surfacing on the internet before its eventual launch in the coming months. In the latest leak, pictures of the device have appeared on Twitter and might give us a better idea as to what we can expect. © Twitter The device’s pictures are apparently a prototype and chances are that the design might change for the final product. However, there is one thing to notice that the prototype has no Home Button. We expected the Galaxy S8 to ditch the home button as Samsung might embed the fingerprint scanner underneath the display. The S8 is also rumoured to have a 5.7-inch QUAD HD resolution display of 2560 X 1440 pixels. It is also rumoured that phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor which might make having two camera sensors a big possibility. © Twitter Other specs include the handset coming with 6GB of RAM, storage options from 32 GB up to 256 GB. It is also rumoured that the phone will sport Android Nougat at launch and is schedule to be available in April 2017.
  19. The future for security on smartphones looks promising and where we are heading, it seems like we won’t need buttons or even circles to operate our phones. All we will need is glass. © YouTube The future of smartphone technology, according to Synaptics, is evolving rapidly and this also includes fingerprint scanners. Synaptics is a company that has been manufacturing physical user interfaces for some of the most popular devices in the world. They were responsible for the iconic scroll wheel on the iPod almost a decade ago. © Synaptics Yesterday, the company announced its first ever fingerprint sensor for smartphones and it does not even require a physical home button to function. In fact, their new FS9100 sensor will be able to detect your fingerprints straight through the glass. The glass needs to be 1mm thick and this means that phones in the future will do away with a stand-alone fingerprint reader. Instead, the fingerprint scanner will be embedded into the display. This means it’s the end of the home button. "By bringing optical sensing technology with the right form-factor and power consumption envelope to smartphones and tablets, Synaptics is enabling the elimination of the home button, which is a critical next step to full top-to-bottom, edge-to-edge smartphone and tablet displays," said IDC Research Director Les Santiago in a press release. An all glass phone is what we all have been dreaming about and the Xiaomi Mi Mix has already given us a taste of an almost bezel-less phone. If the new sensor by Synaptics is implemented soon enough, we can finally have a phone that will have an edge-to-edge display. We can also assume that at some point Apple will also implement this technology in their upcoming phones and we have a good feeling that it might end up in the iPhone 8. It has been rumoured that the iPhone 8 may be an all glass phone and the FS9100 sensor might just compliment the new iPhone perfectly. Synaptics claims that their new sensor is extremely light, thin and consumes very little power, which has always been a concern on smartphones as traditional sensors always have an issue where size and battery consumption has been a problem. The new sensor is expected to go into mass production by the second quarter of 2017 and it seems that it’ll be ready in time to be implemented on the iPhone 8. Apple doesn’t really reveal anything about their suppliers and they have not used Synaptics since the initial days of the iPod. Apple recently patented a fingerprint sensing technology that enables a phone to read fingerprints from any part of an iPhone or iPad screen. This suggests that Apple may have already figured out this new fingerprint sensor technology by other means. Whatever the future holds, we can’t wait to see what tech is in store for us.
  20. Wrinkle-free face? Check! Fit body? Check! Millennial-approved haircut? Check. Check. Check! No, we are not describing Bollywood's hot new actor. We are actually talking about Anil Kapoor—whose ability to not age and look flawless, is definitely giving all young actors a run for their movie cheques! And last night when Daddy Kapoor posted this hyped-AF photo of himself showcasing his brand new hipster-ish haircut, wearing a dope suit—the internet was left gasping for air. Life's too short to have boring hair! Trying a new look this December completed from my bucket list! On my way to the #ipoy2016 awards!! A photo posted by anilskapoor (@anilskapoor) on Dec 13, 2016 at 5:01am PST Does this man ever age? We think not. And judging by the comments on his Instagram photo, this look is bound to get a few panties wet!
  21. Apple has been sticking to its guns by consistently following the same design for the past two generations. We already know that the next iPhone will be an exciting prospect and will have a major overhaul in terms of design but it seems like Apple will be exceeding our expectations. The Apple iPhone 7 is kind of similar to the iPhone 6s and we can assume it was intentional. However, Apple is planning to release a brand new design in 2017, and reports indicate that the next iPhone will have not two but three different models. We don’t know whether it will be called the iPhone 8 or it will be called something else, but be prepared to be surprised. © Veniamin Geskin The phone is rumoured to come in three different sizes i.e. with 4.7-inch, 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays. The phone is expected to have the front entirely made of glass as well as the back, where a metal frame will hold it together. Nikkei, one of the most reliable sources for Apple leaks, suggest that the phone will have glass faces designed by Biel and Lens. It is important to note that the last time Apple used an all-glass unibody, it was on the iPhone 4s. © Veniamin Geskin “Apple has tentatively decided that all the 5.5-inch, 5-inch and 4.7-inch models will have glass backs, departing from metal casings adopted by current iPhones, and Biel and Lens are likely to be providing all the glass backs for the new iPhones next year,” an anonymous source told Nikkei. Nikkei also elaborates that the 5.5-inch model will sport a curved AMOLED screen. This rumour has been floating around the internet since August. However, they also reiterate that the two other models will sport LCD screens like the current iPhone 7. Apple is also expected to remove the home button and will introduce wireless charging, which is a first for any iPhone since its inception. Wireless Charging has been a regular feature on premium Android phones and it Apple wants to catch up with the competition. Source: Nikkei
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