Screen protectors show up for all three expected 2018 iPhones

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 20, 2018

In May, we reported that there were multiple sources stating that Apple would be using OLED displays in all three models, but this new report allows us to speculate; using an LCD display would allow Apple to keep the price lower. Apple is set to announce an "iPhone X Plus", or whatever Apple ends up branding it, with a 6.46-inch OLED screen, packing a ~6.5-inch screen into roughly the same size as the existing 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus.

The models were possible thanks to leaked "final design" schematics that have appears via the Asian supply chain.

The mockup shows this is actually 1.1 mm wider - although this could be a discrepancy based on buttons.

This comes despite rumours suggesting Apple will offer a triple lens camera on at least one of its new iPhone X models in 2018. The smaller 5.84” OLED phone is expected to ship in 25 million units, while the most affordable device with the LCD panel should hit 30 million shipments. Nonetheless, the initial order from Apple does point to the biggest and the most expensive iPhone in its 2018 lineup being the most popular among customers.

These rumors indicate that contrary to the smaller sized SE model, one may see a larger screen in 6.1-6.5-inch range but at prices below the flagships. There's not really an analog for the device in Apple's previous iPhone lineups, since it's rumored to replace both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus but with a new form factor.

Earlier, there were rumours that the iPhone SE 2 would launch during the WWDC in the June first week.

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