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Here’s why the iPhone 8 can’t have the design everyone wants

The iPhone 8 will be released in about a month but we already know what it’ll look like thanks to a recent Apple leak that confirmed all the design renders we’ve seen lately. It’ll be an all-screen device like no other smartphone out there. Sadly, it’ll also feature an unsightly notch at the top, which we’ll have to live with for at least a year. It’s a design compromise Apple simply could not avoid, however, and in this post I’ll tell you why.
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