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The next iPhone will probably look a lot like the Galaxy Note 8


The Galaxy Note 8 and tenth anniversary iPhone are both heading our way in the latter half of 2017. Both handsets have a lot to prove: iPhones have been becoming stale, and the last Note went down in flames (quite literally). The pressure is on Apple and Samsung to deliver something special this year.

Based on current rumors and speculation, these smartphones might have more in common than just their importance to their respective manufacturers, though. In fact, they may have more in common than the two series ever have before.

Curved screen success

Samsung Display reportedly signed a deal with Apple in 2016 to provide it with 100 million smartphone displays over the next few years. Apple has sourced Samsung for parts many times before, and though you may think that a display won’t clue us into many details about the iPhone’s aesthetic — a display is just a glass panel, after all — it indicates that at least one iPhone 8 variant (of which there may be three in total) could feature a curved screen.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumored to launch in September, for over $ 1000

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Samsung has been investing heavily in OLED tech recently, and it is OLED displays, not the LCD displays typically favored by Apple, that can be curved for smartphones. Given that Samsung may be a major supplier of Apple’s iPhone screens and that curved glass is something of a current industry trend, it seems likely that Apple would pursue such a screen for the iPhone 8.

Meanwhile, last year’s Galaxy Note 7 was also curved, as were both of Samsung’s 2017 flagships — the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus — and a couple other S series generations before them. Add to this news of Samsung’s recent OLED investments and it seems clear that the South Korean manufacturer intends to continue producing flagship smartphones in this style.

Home button hop

But it’s not just a curved display that they would have in common. Reports suggest that Apple is going to remove the physical home button of its iPhone 8 too, just as Samsung did with the Galaxy S8 (and ostensibly will again with the Note 8).

These buttons typically take up space on the front of a handset, space that could instead be occupied by the display to offer a better screen-to-body ratio. This is also an industry trend that has been happening for years, but it was only with the Xiaomi Mi MIX, released toward the end of last year, that it became more “mainstream” (the Sharp Aquos Crystal wasn’t particularly popular, after all).

With the removal of the home button on the iPhone 8, and the possibility of a “bezel-less,” curved display, you can picture how these phones stand to have a similar look. They’re also almost guaranteed to have a metal or metal and glass body.

Smaller similarities

There may be a number of less obvious similarities between these handsets too. Both phones will probably make use of a dual rear camera and a similar sensor setup, as well as lack branding or a logo on their front (unlike the Note 7, pictured above, middle). One notable design difference, incidentally, could be in the implementation of a 3.5 mm audio jack on the Galaxy Note 8, and a lack of it on the iPhone 8.

Wrap up

Ultimately, it’s not so much that Apple will make a concerted effort to make the iPhone 8 look like a Samsung phone, or vice versa, as it is that both of these manufacturers are likely to follow current design trends and features which will result in them looking similar.

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Samsung reveals dual-camera sensor that might make its debut on Galaxy Note 8

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It’s the elongation of the home screen and removal of the front fingerprint scanner/home button that stands to bring these devices, and others in future, closer together. At one time, the shape of these home buttons — physical or otherwise — could help to determine the device at a quick glance: I can clearly picture the iPhone’s circle and the Galaxy series’ oval home button in my mind’s eye. With these gone, it could be the shape of the phones that is their biggest differentiator — and that doesn’t leave a great deal of room to maneuver.

For more on the Galaxy Note 8, visit our dedicated rumor round-up article at the link. Give us your thoughts on the potential of these handsets in the comments below.

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Feel like your privacy has been ‘Trumped’? Here are the best VPN offers we could find


Recent legislation by Trump and Republican Congress rolling back FCC privacy rules have savvy users more concerned about their browsing security than ever before.

In light of that, we prowled the web to find the best VPN service for the price that we could find. The result? Windscribe VPN’s lifetime Pro subscription.

Whereas most VPN services require you to pay month to month, you can get lifetime access to Windscribe VPN for a one-time payment of $ 79. This offer is only lasting a few days, however, so you’ll have to pounce on it.

Legislation may take privacy away from general users, but those with their wits about them can still keep their browsing secure with VPN services.

If you’re looking for slightly more robust protection, PureVPN’s lifetime subscription is also on sale for $ 89. You shell out a little bit more for this better reviewed service, but you’ll have secure, anonymous browsing across all of your devices. 

Not wanting to commit to a lifetime of use? Private Internet Access VPN has a 2-year subscription going for $ 59.95, which is 63% off the usual price of $ 166. This offer is ending quicker than the previous two, so be sure to check it out soon.

Legislation may take privacy away from general users, but those with their wits about them can still keep their browsing secure with VPN services. We hope these selections help you out!

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China to impose more restrictions on companies like Qualcomm


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As EETAsia reports, China’s antitrust regulators are about to impose additional restrictions on foreign companies operating inside the country within the semiconductor industry. This means that companies such as Qualcomm and other American companies will be dealing with China’s antitrust regulators on an even greater scale. China’s semiconductor market is currently the world’s largest.

The Chinese government is likely trying to slow down companies such as Qualcomm (US) and MediaTek (Taiwan) in favor of state-run companies such as Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) and Spreadtrum Communications. Combine that with the fact that China is already probing Qualcomm over antitrust concerns and it isn’t hard to see why Qualcomm has been forced to cut sales and profit expectations for the year.

As the Financial Times notes, the investigation into Qualcomm by the Chinese government is being done by a powerful state central planning body, with a fearsome reputation and a win rate “which if it is not 100 per cent, it’s pretty close.”

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Qualcomm is not alone in dealing with China’s regulators. Whether it is Apple, IBM or Microsoft, China has “been counselling, cajoling and sometimes banning state companies and government agencies from buying US high-tech goods.”

“China seeks to strengthen such [state] companies through the anti-monopoly law and, in apparent disregard of the AML, encourages them to consolidate market power, though this is contrary to the normal purpose of competition law.” – US Chamber of Commerce, Financial Times

Considering that China owns the largest three domestic telecom service providers in China (China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom) and that all of them are moving to chips that are supported by Chinese vendors, many in the US continue to be skeptical of the motives of the Chinese government in their investigation of Qualcomm and other foreign corporations operating inside China.

It should also be noted that Qualcomm is far from an angel. The company was hit with a $ 20 million fine in South Korea in 2009 and was forced to renegotiate licensing agreements with Nokia and others by the European Commission in 2007.

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