Apple May Just Launch One New OLED IPhone This Year

Posted: Jan 26 2018, 8:43am CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple May Just Launch One New OLED iPhone This Year

Digitimes claims Apple May Just Release a Single OLED iPhone, the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, in 2018

The 2018 iPhone series includes two OLED models in all their glory. They are 5.8 and 6.5 inches in their dimensions respectively. Also an LCD model lies in the cards for this year. It has a 6.1 inch screen.

A novel iPhone with wireless charging and no signs of a 3D touch system is slated to arrive anytime during the first six months of 2018.

Several Apple analysts have revealed the plans of the giant firm. Yet they remain a speculative bunch. What actually will happen remains pretty much a mystery till the last minute.

Apple is keeping its confidentiality regarding such matters on high alert. Not a peep is coming out of the mouths of its administration or staff. The ultimate decision still remains an undecided one.

It will be a miracle if the 5.8 inch OLED iPhone is scrapped. This is not likely to be an agenda of Apple. Apple has probably been testing quite a few designs.

At least four of them are among those which are in the common knowledge of the public thanks to the rumor mill. Apple might just push through with its two novel OLED models and an LCD phone to boot, according to Digitmes.

This makes sense since Apple did the same thing in 2017. The industry is currently facing a scarcity of OLED screens. This gives credence to such a pattern of thinking. We are of course in the region of pure speculation here so all of this ought to be taken with a grain of salt.

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