2018 iPhone to Sport 6.1-inch LCD, Colorful Metal Backs

Rodiano Bonacci
Dicembre 7, 2017

The iPhone X Plus is also mooted to come with dual SIM support. The "Plus" model is expected to come with a larger 6.5-inch display.

Apple might launch two iPhone with OLED displays, while the third one would be equipped with a standard LCD. Of course, it stands to reason that the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus - and perhaps a revamped iPhone SE - will be available for users who are either looking for a more wallet-friendly device or who can't part ways with the home button. Aside from that, Apple will also expand to having two OLED iPhone models next year, one with a 5.8-inch screen like the iPhone X and another one sitting at either 6.2 or 6.3-inches long. Touch ID was also replaced with the new Face ID in the 10th anniversary phone. While the new handset will likely be more durable, with less glass to shatter accidentally, it may drop the ability to wirelessly charge.

As Samsung Display continues to be the exclusive OLED screen supplier for the Apple iPhone X, the California-based giant is aiming to bring other players into the production foray so that it can command better prices for this particular component.

That's the word from a new report on Business Insider, citing supply chain sources, backing up claims made by analyst Ming Chi Kuo last month. The nearly bezel-less phone sports a screen that stretches right to the edges, a futuristic design that makes it more eye-catching than usual.

Citing a source "privy to the company's product designs", Nikkei's report today claims Apple will unveil three new iPhones in 2018. An industry executive said that Pegatron and Casetek may be able to integrate their offerings for iPhone orders next year by virtue of their link to each other, like Foxconn which has its own metal frame and casing production unit.

Apple is reportedly working on a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone that's scheduled for release in 2018. Kuo, however, stated that all three 2018 models would debut with full-screen, edge-to-edge displays and the TrueDepth camera system that's now featured on the 10th anniversary iPhone.

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