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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Apple already prepares three OLED iPhone for 2018

Following the official iPhone launch of the 10th anniversary, which will probably be produced in September, Apple plans to introduce three new iPhone models in 2018 . All three models will have OLED display. In fact, the one in charge of providing the OLED screens of 2018 could be Samsung .

It is very curious because in fact, the 2018 models could perfectly well use the nomenclature "iPhone 8" . But this is something we can not confirm or deny, as we still do not know the name of the iPhone 10th anniversary.

Be that as it may, Apple should already be designing and thinking about new iPhone prototypes for 2018. As we mentioned before, and as we are informed from Nikkei , all 2018 iPhone will have OLED screen .

The 10th anniversary iPhone will be the only OLED screen of 2017

On the other hand, the iPhone 10th anniversary will have some differences with the iPhone 7s . One of the most remarkable differences, precisely, has to do with the OLED display. And is that, apparently, the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus will have an LCD display as the current devices.

According to the leak, in 2018, the three new iPhone models will have OLED screens. But it is mentioned that the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus will continue to sell until 2019 , after which Apple will only market mobile devices with OLED display. Except for the iPad, it still does not use AMOLED technology.

Also speculated is the possibility that the iPhone 2018 come in two sizes totally different from the current ones: they would have OLED screens of 5.28 inches and 6.46 inches .

At the beginning of this article we talked about Samsung as the company in charge of the supply of OLED panels facing 2018. Samsung is planning to expand its OLED panel manufacturing facilities , but LG could steal the position .

Are you thinking of buying the 10th anniversary iPhone? Do you prefer to opt for the iPhone 7s? Or do you expect to buy an OLED iPhone in 2018? We are waiting for you in the comments!

Via | 9to5mac

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