Some new iPhone 8 concept images have been posted online that demonstrate what Apple’s OLED iPhone will look like. It shows the curved edge-to-edge display, plus a ‘function area’ that’s believed to feature on the device, replacing the iPhone’s Home button and TouchID.

They were posted by AlHasan Husni and are some of the most exciting concepts we’ve seen of the forthcoming device so far. Check them out below. Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 7s, 7s Plus, and a special edition iPhone currently known as iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition. All are believed to come with wireless charging, while the special edition device will have an OLED screen, reduced bezels, and no Home button. It’s now believed the iPhone 7s will launch as usual in September, with the iPhone Edition following later.

Images show the Home screen, Control Center and Instagram

Images show the Home screen, Control Center and Instagram

The contacts also demonstrate a darker design in iOS

The contacts also demonstrate a darker design in iOS

The iPhone, without a Home button, and a wider active screen area

The iPhone, without a Home button, and a wider active screen area

This image shows the function area, and how it could be used with various gestures, much like the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar

This image shows the function area, and how it could be used with various gestures, much like the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar