Next OLED IPhone Will Cost Apple 10 Percent Less To Produce Than IPhone X

Posted: Mar 21 2018, 10:30am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Next OLED iPhone will Cost Apple 10 Percent Less to Produce Than iPhone X

Novel 5.85-inch OLED iPhone may Cost less than current iPhone X

A 5.85 inch OLED iPhone that may come in the market in the fall season of 2018 will probably cost 10% lower than the iPhone X. The latter cost $400 when it debuted in 2017. Thus the novel iPhone will cost $40 less than the iPhone X.

A reverse engineering of the smartphone X showed the components to cost less than was being charged. They amounted to a net total of $357.50. This included the price of the labor intensity that went into it.

Apple has signed an agreement with Samsung so that the components will not cost too much for an OLED display smartphone. Orders for approximately 110 to 130 million OLED panels will help in keeping the price tag down, according to DigiTimes.

Further orders amounting to 250 and 270 million OLED panels will also be made thereby strengthening Appleā€™s brand equity. The bringing down of the price is the name of the game.

To somehow not make the cost price reach astronomical rates is what Apple is trying to do. This fall season will actually have three iPhones arriving on the scene.

These will consist of a 5.85 inch model, a 6.45 inch model and a 6.1 inch model. The one with the smaller OLED screen could be the least costliest one of them all.

These plans are underway and when the fall season comes along everything will be clear as the light of day. Till then all the smartphone enthusiasts could do is to hope for the best.

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