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Ugh, this is really what apps are going to look like on the iPhone 8

A few days ago, we wondered whether the iPhone 8’s user interface will be as ugly as reports said it'd be. It turns out, we have our answer, and it’s yes. The “notch” housing the front cameras, speaker, and sensors that totally ruins the all-screen design is something that can’t go away. And rather than hiding it, Apple will embrace it, and make the most of the available screen real estate.
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