Latest rumors are simply indicating that the Cupertino giant Apple’s next iPhone possibly the iPhone 8 could have curved screen and it is not the first time that the OLED panel for iPhone 8 is rumored, as it is known informally that Apple will launch in 2017.
Apple To Launch iPhone 8 With Curved OLED Screen
Next year will likely be a big one for the Apple iPhone, hold on, many of you might be thinking “Why” right. As it is the 10th anniversary of the smartphone introducing the touchscreen era, so the tech giant Apple should have exciting surprises in store.
Hence, the next iPhone possibly the iPhone 8 will definitely have a completely new design and it is something that has become quite clear in recent months. However, we now have more details regarding the next iPhone, so thanks to the report of The Wall Street Journal published today.
The Wall Street Journal says that the tech giant Apple is currently working with the 10 different models of the next iPhone possibly the iPhone 8. So, now it’s no wonder, whenever a new device is tested, different prototypes are performed to test both form factors and the hardware itself. As it is obvious from these prototypes are some with OLED screen as well.
So, the latest rumors are simply indicating that the tech giant Apple’s next iPhone possibly the iPhone 8 could have curved screen. This rumor has long sounding but had never done so hard as it is doing now. But many users who have been surveyed, say they do not want it because it is “something of Samsung”. If the tech giant Apple finally has taken seriously statements of this kind, then very soon we could have a curved iPhone.
It seems that Asian suppliers have been asked to increase production of OLED displays. But not only that the display should be thinner than today and should come with better resolution than that is offered by Samsung in its high-end smartphones.
It is not the first time that the OLED panel for iPhone 8 is rumored, as it is known informally that Apple will launch in 2017. The reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said that the tech giant Apple will release an iPhone with OLED screen and two other models, while Barclays analysts suggest the same pace with an increase in screen sizes.
However, it is not yet known if the OLED panel will be exclusive to the premium models of all or will all the new generation iPhone. But for now, it is clear that the device will become more expensive. Apparently, an OLED panel is about $50 more expensive than its LCD counterpart, so you should not be surprised to see an expensive price tag.