Secret behind the apple iphone home button

Thursday, 25 June 2015
The iPhone home button is where my heart is, and why it hurts to see today rumors indicate that Apple is working on a way to get rid of this entry clicky.

I see compensation. More screen space and less bezel "unnecessary" for future models of iPhone. An onscreen button also means fewer parts and therefore fewer jobs AppleCare Repair.

That's all well and good, but not worth substitute. Software buttons are not as easy to use with tactile feedback to press something inward.

An iPhone without a start button is unlikely to come to the iPhone 6S, which can be more than an iterative update. But I can think of many reasons why you should not debut on the iPhone in July, either.

IPhone makes it different from Android:

I like the Android phones. I'm a fan of Moto X design, which came to the Nexus 6 by a factor of even greater form last year. I gave two great praise despite having the on screen buttons.

Additionally, the G4 LG, HTC One Sony Xperia M9 and Z4 are designed to be nearly bezel without missing out on the physical buttons and the expansion of its screen sizes.

But that does not mean I want the new iPhone to sacrifice his thumb-sized entry to an elongated screen, even if the larger screen does not have the dimensions of the largest real phone.

A physical home button has always been part of the design of the iPhone. I want the next iPhone is more like Android in some respects, but this is not what I had in mind.

 Non-looking click:

I really like the approach of Samsung here. a thin start button is used in the Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, giving me a middle ground and the first choice for our best phone.
In addition to return to the home screen, it is acting as a fingerprint sensor and a double click will quickly open the camera application. Holding it down brings the Google Now menu.

Try doing that with a button on the screen. Suddenly, without looking mechanic that is not an option, which requires the eyes to look down at the screen more than they already do.
 Disappearing physical buttons are a bad trend:

Physical buttons are in the "specifications" endangered list, and like a lot of new trends, I do not care much for it. Maybe I'm getting old, but my fingers know what I'm pushing.

Apple fingerprints are already all over the murder weapon - is fired the mute switch on the iPad Air 2 for switching of silence on the screen. The next iPhone could be in it.

The mute switch is one of the features of the iPhone I like that you will not find on Android. It could and a start button on screen will be the following things Apple adopts Google?

For owners of current iPhone without Android experience, remember when you want to switch on and off a large older a game console like the N64? Now think of the PS3 or PS4.

Haptic feedback buttons are just one solution. How many times do I mean to turn my PS4 and restore instead? The even smaller, harder to see the buttons on the PS4 things worse.

That is the type of interface you expect from a new iPhone without a start button: confusing and not always work well. I have enough problems with the onscreen keyboard since AutoCorrect apparently became dumber with iOS 8.3 update.

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